Tuesday, July 6, 2010


I have been fascinated with paper arts since the early 80's, when I was introduced to the magic of paper marbling. As time went on, my interest slowly evolved into a love affair with all types of paper art. I was really drawn to a particular technique in 1986, however, when a friend introduced me to the art of stenciling. Since then, I have explored the endless creative possibilities this medium affords.

The friends I have met along the way who share a stenciling passion have enriched my life. I am always amazed at the creative energy that occurs when two or more of us gather and a new concept evolves. More often than not, these wonderful creative moments happen when I'm teaching in a rubber stamp or scrapbooking store.

Over the next few weeks I will be introducing you to the first designers who have answered the challenge of being Dreamweaver Stencils inaugural "Dream Team". We will also introduce you to my design friends who have kept me inspired since my beginnings. Please stay in touch as we go blogging along, this is a new venture for me, so thank you in advance for supporting me.

Hopefully you will find these instructional blogs fun as well as informative. If you see a sample on our website, feel free to email me and we will try to answer your technique questions. Don't forget my favorite saying, "no idea is immaculately conceived". Take what you learn here and "Dream it Up!"


Louise said...

Love the new blog, especially the background! Good luck.

Tina said...

Hi Lynell - I am so glad you now have a blog! I will have to do some cards on my blog so I can link it to yours! I have added you to my google reader so I will see all your posts! I have missed customers and the company owners after the closing of my store. Tina - ex owner Imprints (www.livelovenstamp.blogspot.com)

Deborah March said...

Beautiful photo of you Ms Lynell! I'm so excited to see your blog, and look forward to wonderful creations from the Dream Team!

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