Thursday, April 5, 2012

The Dream Team is in Full Bloom for April!

Welcome to April, and a new monthly challenge from Dreamweaver Stencils..."Bring May Flowers". Yeah, we're skipping the April showers portion of the rhyme, and jumping to the flowers...'cuz we LOVE flowers! You will, too, when you see what a fabulous selection of flowers that Dreamweaver Stencils has to offer.

My post today features a card that was also featured in today's new Dreamweaver Stencils' Thursday Tutorials at Paper Craft Planet. Being a "Supernova" (oh, yeah, that's right!) at PCP, provided me with the opportunity to share my love of Dreamweaver Stencils with he other team members, as well as the members there.

Each week either a "Supernova" or a "Dream Teamer" will host the tutorial for the week, and each week one lucky commenter will receive their choice of stencil prize. There is a catch, but you'll have to go read about it on the Planet.

The flowers that I chose for this card were the Blossom Shape and the new Cherry Blossom Shape, and the background is the new Quatrefoil design, which is also kind of a floral pattern. Each section was machine embossed on my Big Shot Pro, layered and/or cut out, and adhered to create a striking graphic card that definitely would have qualified for the CAS challenge last month as well!

Play along with the team for an opportunity to win one of two stencil prizes. The prizes for this month's challenge are two sets of the  Flower Heart and the Thank You Script:

For more inspiration, please visit the rest of our "dreamy" paper-crafters, leave them some love along the way, create your own floral extravaganza, and link it to the Dream It Up! blog, or email a pic to! We are super-excited to see what you do!


Louise said...

I've seen this card in person and it is fabulous! Very striking with its bold colors and lines.great card Pam.

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Pam, I love how you did the tutorial on PCP! That was really helpful to SEE how it was done. I am so visual and I think many crafters are the same. GReat ideas (and beautiful card)!

Laura Drahozal said...

Oh, I love how you put this card on both your blog and the PCP blog today. It gave me a great idea for my posts on Monday! Thank you so much. I was also really happy to see how you did the tutorial. Thank you.

Kristi Parker Van Doren said...

very cool Miss Pam! very good job!

Wendy said...

Beautiful Pam!!! I love the simple embossing!!! I hope you have a Happy Easter!

Terrece said...

What a great quick card. Hope you don't mind I'm definately stealing this one!!