Sunday, September 19, 2010

Time for a Frosty One! Dreamweaver Sleigh Ride Card

Bouncing back to Christmas again with this teaser before Dreamweaver Stencils' fabulous blog hop coming up September 30-October 2nd. Be sure to hop along with all of us over those three days, as we will be showing off how much fun we have been having featuring stenciling in our paper-crafting. Today I'm featuring a brand new stencil, "Large Sleigh". For this card, I applied Versamark with the stencil and embossed it in silver on a blue card. White ink was sponged through the snowflake stencil randomly over the card, and around the edges as well.  Then blue ink was sponged around the inside edges of the sleigh stencil on polka dot paper. Using a palette knife, I applied white embossing paste in snowy clumps to the polka dot sled and the runners on the blue card. Then I applied the paste smoothly to the sentiment portion of the sleigh stencil on the blue card, sprinkled everything liberally with ultra-fine glitter (including my cat and myself!), and set all aside to dry. I cut out the polka dot sleigh and adhered it slightly off-set on the card using double-sided foam adhesive. A fun border of white at the bottom and a smattering of blue pearl snowflake Class A' Peel stickers finish it off. You have to admit, the end result is SNOW much fun!

"Large Sleigh" from Dreamweaver Stencils (LJ904)
"Gothic Snowflake" from Dreamweaver Stencils (LL396)
White Embossing Paste from Dreamweaver Stencils (DEP)
Multi Ultra-Fine Crystal Glitter from Stampendous (GM220U)
Class A' Peel Diamond Dot Snowflakes from Stampendous (DD107BP)
Silver Embossing Powder from Stampendous (EP101)
Frost White ColorBox ink from Clearsnap
Danube Blue Memento ink from Tsukineko
Versamark from Tsukineko
Bazzill Cardstock
MME print paper
white cardstock
EK border punch


Jamie Martin said...

I just love stopping by your blog to see what amazing creations you have made and you never disappoint!!!!!

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Pam...this is my favorite of the ones you have done with the Dreamweaver Stencils. You ladies are a great design team...go Dream Team!

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Pam...this is one of my favorites of the new designs that you sent ladies on the Dream Team are unbelievably talented!