Monday, June 4, 2012

Monthly Challenge ...."ART" Glitter and/or Weddings

This month we are joining Art Glitter's design team and the challenges will be "lots of glitter and/or weddings!" Click HERE to navigate to their BLOG and you will have double fun looking at stencils done in a variety of ways. KC from the Art Glitter's design team has posted already on their BLOG doing a tutorial with a technique called Double Glitter. She has linked to a YouTube segment that I did for a TV show called Scrapbook Soup and in it I did the card you see on the right. Click HERE to see the video if you want to see this technique done step-by-step. 


I used AG's microfine transparent glitter called HOT LIPS. The pink cardstock in the background was paste-embossed with Glossy Black Embossing Paste (DGKP) onto the raindrops stencil (LJ905). The "showers" sentiment stencil (LG738) was paste-embossed with Glossy White Embossing Paste (DGWP) and then sprinkled with the HOT LIPS glitter.  The handle of the umbrella stencil (LG737) and the dots stencil (LJ804) were stenciled with black pigment ink. The background glitter was a transparent crystal glitter.



We are doing our giveaway a bit differently this month. We will gift four challenge winners (one for each week) with the following gift packet of stencils plus some fabulous glitter from Art Glitter as well, so start creating and link to mr. linky below:



Come back on Thursday to play along for our first week of Glitteritous Fun and to see what the design team has created. This month there will be a couple more cards from Elaine Benedict on my blog to enjoy...even a new technique! This challenge is for anyone...link up to mr. linky below if you have posted your creation on your blog. If you don't have a blog and would like to win the above stencil set email your creation to us. This time (because I am doing a teaching tour along the west coast) I will have you email your creation to our fearless leader Pam Hornschu phornschu@hotmail.com   or you can email it to me lynell@dreamweaverstencils.com

Here is a list of the stores on the West Coast Teaching Tour:

Stamp it Rich, Placerville CA June 8 and 9. Three classes...Call the store for times and cost: 530-344-0452

Bellevue Art & Frame, Bellevue WA June15. Two classes Call the store for times and cost:  425-453-8959

Stampin' in the Rain, Bothell, WA June 16. Two classes, Call the store for times and cost: 425-408-9050

Stampadoodle, Bellingham, WA June 17. Three classes, Call the store for times and cost: 360-647-9663

Art 'n Soul, Lacey WA June 18. Two classes, Call the store for times and cost: 360-357-6820

Peddler's Pack Rubber Stamps, Beaverton, OR. June 19 One Class Call the store for times and cost: 503-641-9555

Scrappy Crafts, Medford, OR June 20 One Class, Call the store for times and cost : 541-512-0040

Mainely Stampin, Fairfield, CA June 22 One Class, Call the store for times and cost: 707-435-9400

Don't forget to follow the team to see what they have done this week, we are going to be glittering maniac for the month of June!

9 comments:

Laura Drahozal said...

Beautiful card, Lynell. Holy cow, that is A LOT of stuff you can win from Dreamweaver, and glitter, too! If I were eligible, I would sure enter! Plus, the double glitter technique is SO easy! I am going to have a great time this month.

rose s. said...

you need to come east - like in nova scotia (hint hint) :)

Kristi said...

very cool! LOVE the glitter and stencils together!

Louise said...

I love this card! The colors, the sparkle,the layout, everything! That is quite a busy teaching schedule! Safe travels.

Scrappychick said...

Ooooo! Love the shades of pink and black! Great pop!!

Pam Hornschu said...

Think I've seen this card one or two times, but still love it!

Jessie said...

I hardly ever do Pink and Black together, but every time I see it used, I LOVE it! And this card is no exception, Really Pretty!

Lee Kellogg said...

Glitter and a somewhat monochromatic theme- very nice!

JD said...

Very Stunning card...thank you so much for the instructions on how to use the glitter with the stencil...It made it very easy...

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