Thursday, November 29, 2012

A Clean and Simple Dreamweaver Poinsettia

As you can tell by now, I am a big fan of the poinsettia stencil!  Here is another poinsettia creation.
MATERIALS:
Dreamweaver Poinsettia Stencil LG700
Memories Mists Stormy Water
Memories Mists Iridescent
Stamping Details Rubber Mat
Manual Die Cut Machine (I used the Cuttlebug)
Mister of Rubbing Alcohol
Art Glitter Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
Art Glitter Ultrafine Transparent 100 Sea Shell
White Cardstock
Blue Cardstock
White Ribbon
Paper Towel
Small Gemstones
Copic Sketch Marker Y13
Adhesive
INSTRUCTIONS:
1)  Set up the die cut machine
2)  Spritz the back of the white cardstock with a little rubbing alcohol.
3)  Set stencil face down on paper towel.  Spritz back with Stormy Water Mist and then a layer of Iridescent Mist.
4)  Place cardstock face down on back of stencil and run through the machine for a "letterpress" look.  The "sandwich" for the Cuttlebug is A Plate, stencil face down, cardstock face down, rubber mat, and two B Plates.
5)  Use Designer Dries Clear on selected "highlight" areas of the leaves.  Cover with glitter.
6)  Color gemstones with Copic Marker and attach.
7)  Assemble card
That's it!  Simple!  So, now it is your turn.  Make a simple card and email a photo to Lynell@Dreamweaverstencils.com.  You could be featured on the Dreamweaver Blog and win this month's prize!  Need a little more inspiration?  Check out the Dream Team blogs listed on the side of this post for more!  See you next week!

6 comments:

  1. Wow...Laura! This is a beautiful card and very CAS. You could do several of these for the holidays quickly! Thanks for the wonderful inspiration!

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  2. This is very pretty! Love the look and you are so amazing! Great card! Thanks for the inspiration and checking in!

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  3. This very cool Laura! I just love this stencil and it looks great in this technique!

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  4. Hard to believe something so pretty can be that easy! Thanks!

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  5. Very nicely done...must look for that stencil...

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