Dreamweaver Thursday: Christmas with Chameleon


All of this week, the Stampendous/Dreamweaver team have been showing off a fabulous new marker system...Chameleon Pens. These are so unique, and have a bit of a learning curve, especially when you're used to working with the various alcohol marker systems on the market. Once mastered, these are a great option, as you'll see when visiting the team's posts this week. Just an aside...Chameleon people...thank you so much for providing our team with complete sets of these markers, as well as the fabulous video tutorials found HERE.

Today's post features the House Mouse Designs® Mistletoe Bunnies, stamped on a panel of our Mixed Media cardstock, and colored and shaded with the Chameleon Markers. The colored panel was then covered with VersaMark ink, and coated with Stampendous Crystal Embossing Powder for a clear sparkle. Then the same panel was die cut with the Dreamweaver Oval Ornament die, matted in red, and adhered to the base card over a border of Christmassy ribbon.

As for the base card, the Dreamweaver Heart Ornaments stencil was paste-embossed in Translucent Paste, and covered with Stampendous Micro Crystal Glitter, and set aside to dry.



We have several team members playing along with the Stampendous and Chameleon products this week with a focus on Dreamweaver as well. Be sure to check them out and leave them some love:


Comments

Lyn Bernatovich said…
Oh wow Pam! Marvelous use of stencils and stamped image! This is a favorite stencil of mine and I totally love your card design.
TracyM #6773 said…
DELIGHTFUL card Pam!!!
LOVE your SPARKLING background and - WOW - your bunny filled ornament is ADORABLE, it must be so lovely to see in person!!!
TracyM #6773 from Victoria, Australia
Lisa :) said…
This is a beautiful card! The bossing powder gave your colored image a dimensional, almost beaded look!
Liz O. said…
Lovely card! Love the "icy"ornaments too, TFS!
Greetings from KS!
Have a wonderful day!
Mary Holshouser said…
Beautiful card. the little scene in the ornament is so soft and wonderful.
Love the other ornaments that are so shiny and bright.
thanks for sharing a wonderful Christmas card.
Mary Holshouser said…
Forgot to add that I'm in Illinois.
thanks.
Bunny said…
I live in sunny, way too hot right now, Florida.

Love the mistletoe with the house mouses. Or meeces. This is really cute.
graham Brand said…
Gorgeous card. LOVE the embossing and the cute stamp.
From Ontario, Canada
So pretty, love the stenciled card base and the image in an ornament. Very cute!
manateegirl said…
Darling stamp on a well-put-together card!
Sharbogast said…
So pretty. Thank you for sharing. Ohio, USA
D.Ann C said…
What a nifty technique!! -FL
Love that background. Great card. TFS
Pam Beatty said…
Love the boldness of the green & red coupled with the softness of the ornament! Fl.
BurningRubber said…
So sparkly and pretty! Love it!
Debbie Craine said…
Lovely the Ornament looks like something I wold find in my Great grandmothers home.
Debbie MO USA
jcobb said…
What an absolutely adorable image! The card is just darling! North Carolina, USA
Carolina Kathy said…
Love your card! Your use of the Dreamweaver was gorgeous! Thx for sharing your creativity, Tenia.
Sue D said…
Beautiful--great techniques.
Sue in Ohio
Oh my! This is delicious!! LOVE the embossed background and the image is magnificent!! LOVE how you created the ornament with the beautiful image inside it!! TFS!
Barb in VT
Clever idea to use a House Mouse stamp to make an adorable ornament!

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