Thursday, August 8, 2013

Dreamweaver Stencils: Christmas in August?

You're off to the beach, jumping in the pool (and hopefully coating yourself with sunscreen!), playing at the park, going to the fair (and eating foods that you would never have thought of eating twenty years ago!), eating ice-cream and Popsicles, fried chicken and potato salad, and drinking lemonade and margaritas...yep, it's summertime. In Dreamweaver-land, that was last month. This month? It's Christmas in August. So, break out the Christmas carols, hot chocolate, and fake snow, and get ready to play along with the Dream Team! Don't forget to link your creations to the linkytool on the Dream It Up! blog. Speaking of the Dream It Up! blog...head over there today to discover the three winners of the prize packages from the Dreamweaver/Stampendous collaboration last week!

I created a very CAS (clean and simple) card for today's post...actually, I created this last month for the CHA event in Vegas where everyone introduces their new designs. Dreamweaver just released this wonderful Joyeux Noel sentiment for the holidays, which I paired with a Glossy White Pasted Swirly Christmas Tree. Fun paper and sparkly rhinestones, and you're done. Easy peasy...uh...gingerbread squeezy. Hmmm. Or not.

While you are finishing up your summertime activities, cool off with our holiday theme and play along! Below is the list of our "B" Team players this week:


Lyn B said...

Not only is this a really cool CAS card, it is very art nouveau! Love how you tilted the stencils.

Wendy said...

I love all of the patterns used Pam!! Thank you for sharing such a fun card with the patterned paper and a such a fun Christmas stencil!!!
Have a great day!

Louise said...

Stop squeezing the gingerbread! Great card, the colors are beautiful and the simplicity really makes the designs stand out.

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Wonderful creation the blue and white as you know...!!!

Anonymous said...

I love the non-traditional colours you used for your card. The blue really pops!