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Here is my take on the theme TEXTURE for today:
For this project, I used LJ 841 Fleur De Lis Stencil, LG 760 Feather and LS 1001 Merci Stencil. I simply used a stencil brush to add blue ink through the Fleur De Lis Stencil on light blue card stock. The Merci Stencil and the Feather Stencil were run through my Cuttlebug die cut machine with brown latte aluminum. I placed the stencil on the A Plate and covered it with the metal, the Dreamweaver Extra Large Rubber Mat, and two B Plates. The difference in the look is how the stencil and metal are placed on the A Plate. The Merci Stencil was placed face down with the metal also placed face down. The feather stencil and the metal were both placed up. The additional texture on the feather was created by using an embossing tool on the back of the metal. All the metal was sanded to enhance the texture. The ribbon is from May Arts.
And that’s our theme!! Making Texture. We hope you’ll enjoy the wonderful inspiration that three talented teams will bring you this week! Be sure to visit all the blog links listed and leave your comments! Each comment will count as an entry towards one of the terrific prize packages.
I live with my husband and my very spoiled collie in Michigan. I enjoy scrapbooking because I feel like it is both a way to preserve memories and create art. I love being on the Dreamweaver Design Team because I can explore techniques using these exquisite stencils and work with a group of wonderful teammates. I previously enjoyed working on the sparkling teams of both Art Glitter and Connie Crystals. I have also served on the Globecraft Memories Design Team, and completely addicted to their 3D Enamel Gels. I appeared in the Dec/Jan 2011 edition of The Stampers Sampler, The 2011 Catch Up Issue. and the April 2011 Stamp & Scrap Arts.