Stencil Duos, Dreamweaver, and Tombow Sticky Stuff


Yes, once again we're mixing it up this week, and fortunately, it is all product that is perfect together! Yay! Here's what we've got going:

1. Dreamweaver Thursday. 2. New Release Stencil Duos. 3. Tombow's adhesive products.
Obviously, the first and second are a given together, and the third is pretty much a necessity in papercrafting, and the products that they carry work well for the heavier projects as well!

The card that I've created for today's post features the new Butterfly Duo set, and as you can see by the picture below, it comes with TWO stencils, a doodling pen, and a set of small cards. Perfect as a grab and go for a vacation or business trip where you might want to do a bit of creative fun, but don't want to haul EVERYTHING with you!

One of the stencil designs is an open shape, and the other is a pattern. They're awesome together or apart, and as you can tell by the packaging, you can add doodling to both! Here's what I've done...

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Beginning with a My Colors Cardstock by MME Charcoal base, I've created a six-inch square, top-fold card. I've place the Dreamweaver Quatrefoil stencil over the surface, and taped in place with removable tape before using a large stencil brush to rouge Tuxedo Black Memento ink over the design for a tone-one-tone look.

Next, I used one of two panels of Rose Chintz canvas cardstock from MCC to ink stencil the pattern stencil from the Duo set over the panel using a large stencil brush and a mix of Lady Bug, Rose Red, and Tangelo Memento inks over the surface. I stamped one of the curved sentiments from the Perfectly Clear Thoughtful Wishes set in black ink toward the right in preparation for the butterfly wings. The panel was then adhered to the card front.


The first step of the butterfly was to paste-emboss the pattern design on the second panel of rose chintz  cardstock using Dreamweaver Matte Black Embossing Paste. The stencil was removed  carefully to be cleaned and dried, and the panel set aside to dry approximately 15-20 minutes. When dry, the pattern stencil was placed back over the surface, and VersaMark ink was daubed over the pasted area, and then sprinkled with Stampendous Kaleidoscope Embossing Powder. This was heated to melt the powder.

The butterfly design was placed over the panel, and traced with a black marker. The wings were cut out, and adhered to the card as shown using Tombow Foam Tape. Two strips of black ric rac were adhered across the bottom using the Tombow Glue Pen.
   

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Looking for more sticky stenciled duos? Check out the links here...


Pam Bray (DW)


Kristine Reynolds (DW and Tombow)

Pam Hornschu (DW and Tombow) You're here!

Tenia Nelson (DW and Tombow)

Laura Drahozal (DW and Tombow)

Comments

Laura Turcotte said…
wow---that is absolutely gorgeous!!!!!
Stiking use of the sencil to create a unique butterfly!
LOVING this gorgeous embossed butterfly! The Stencil Duos are all so awesome and I can't wait to get my hands on them!! TFS!
Bunny said…
This is so pretty. I love the sentiment, too.
Viki Banaszak said…
That is so pretty and the rick matches perfectly and really makes that butterfly pop.
Stampendous said…
Oh wow! This is fabulously stenciled. Love that subtle stencil pattern paper and super LOVE that butterfly sentiment! Thank you for sharing today!
Shari said…
Yay! Butterflies!! This is so pretty. Love the color combination. ♥♥♥
Mary Holshouser said…
Love how you made his body.
Butterflies are always a great addition to a card.
thanks for sharing.
barbara c said…
Beautiful butterfly you made with it pop up on your card that you design with great products..
Kris B said…
So pretty! I love the stenciling on the butterfly wings and the sentiment!
barbara c said…
Just Beautiful Butterfly you design here with fun products..
This is really stunning! Love the butterfly & it's design.
Beautiful Butterfly card! Lovely!
Sue D said…
I like the vibrant color combo.
Your butterfly is sooo PRETTY!! Very nice card! Great colors!

Thanks for sharing!
Susie Bentz said…
Love the rainbow effect on the wings from the Kaleidoscope(?) embossing powder. Beautiful!
Jean Bullock said…
Very pretty card. Well done.
Jean said…
Stunning! Wonderful card!!
Linda Agers said…
Love the colored background. How clever to use a saying for the butterfly body.
Linda Agers said…
How clever to use a saying for the butterfly body. It's exquisite.
Amanda Rhodes said…
Beautiful butterfly!!
Nikki W said…
Gorgeous, the black and orange combo is great.
Denise Bryant said…
Love the color combo and that beautiful butterfly!
Diane said…
Beautifully created..and love the added glitter for sparkle!!
Helen Gullett said…
Wow!! The butterfly is WOW!!!

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