Thursday, December 4, 2014

DECEMBER Challenge: Quick and/or Cute

In a flurry of a hurry? This month the Dream Team are all about the Quick and/or Cute...whether that be cards, gifts, wrapping, or tags...we have sleigh-loads of ideas! Play along by posting your creations using the Inlinkz tool on the Dream It Up! blog, for a chance to win the stencil of your choice, and a possible bonus stencil for using Dreamweaver products in your Quick and/or Cute project!

Once again life has been wild wild wild and my wonderful friend Marj Marion sent me a couple of cards made with the embossing folders that really inspired me...thank you so much Marj. 

Marj live in the Olympia WA area and occasionally works at the wonderful stamp store Art 'N Soul. She has great following of stenciling and creative card making students that take every class she plans. Here are two cards that are super easy to make for the holidays...in fact I am a bit behind on my own creations so I look forward to using the new embossing folders too.



This is such a classy looking card, Marj! The Holiday Greetings embossing folder (FJ917) was dry embossed through the machine and then the berries were done with a gold pearl pen. The decorative border on either side of the sentiment was done with a decorative washi tape.

Beautifully and quickly done for those last minute cards.












Here in her words is how she accomplished this second card...yes it is done very simply and elegantly:

" Dry emboss the silver panel in the Peace on Earth folder (FG663). Trim it closely to the design. Adhere it to a black layer, and trim, leaving and 1/8" border of the black. Attach silver scroll Washi tape and decorated panel as shown. Attach two black rhinestones at the top two corners. Tie a gentle overhand know with the silver/black ribbon; adhere it to the card with glue dots."

Don't forget our design team is sharing today too, so leave some love here for Marj and be sure to visit the team and leave a comment or two for them as well. 

Read on to hear about our winners for the thankful and thoughtful challenge of November. We have three winners this month...one from overseas, one from here and another winner that has used the Dreamweaver Products in their challenge project. 


Oak Leaf and Maple leaf stencils (LL3043 and LL3044)

NOVEMBER WINNERS: IT'S YOUR DAY!

Our first winner is from Norway #37 Ionabunny
Our second winner is #28 Craftygirl21
Our third winner is #36 Karen Ballentine

If you used Dreamweaver Products in your creation you can choose two stencils, so Karen Ballentine gets to choose an extra stencil. Please choose your favorite stencil from our site and email me your snail mail addy lynell@dreamweaverstencils.com

OK...one more fun thing for those of you that stopped by and didn't win. The first ten people who email me their snail mail addy...I will send you one of my favorite stencils with a card that I have made from the stencil. BUT you have to email me before Monday!

Now please see what the team has been up to:

14 comments:

ionabunny said...

Ooh, I love the new theme cos I am sooooh far from finished. Off to check out all the inspiration. Thanks for drawing my name and congrats to the lucky winners. Hugz

LynB said...

Love those embossing folders and the cards designed with them!!!! Congrats to our November winners!!!!

Pam Hornschu said...

Love that moire taffeta look to that silver paper that Marj used...so elegant! Congrats to the winners from November!

BurningRubber said...

These are all so awesome.

Lynn Mercurio said...

Such lovely cards. It's great to see how your customers are using Dreamweaver products. It's very inspiring!

Jan Castle said...

Stunning Zentangle leaves!!!!!
Jan

rose s. said...

the cards are all beautiful and very inspiring.

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Amante del Papel said...

Congrats to lucky winners!!!! and are an amazing inspiration!

Louise said...

Love the two cards Marj did, but especially loving that Zentangle card!

Christina Doré said...

Congratulations to the winners of last months draw - and what a good idea for this months theme when we are all so busy! Great sample cards too.

Karen Ballantine said...

Thank you for drawing my name! Congratulations to the other winners! How lucky are we!
Beautifully simple cards on your post this week x

Katie said...

Saw this post on Thursday but came back today to visit the DT projects. Great job guys!! Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

Jade Passmore said...

Congratulations to the winners! And Marj's cards are awesome. So simple yet elegant.

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