Saturday, July 28, 2012

Joining the Challenge: Nathalie and Rose

 Nathalie Fournier decided that this swirly stencil (LJ896) would be the perfect background for her Copic marker artwork on the lovely ballerina you see here. 

She actually airbrushed through the stencil to create this dark blue detailed background. 

And in the "Felicitations" card below she used the toy pull (LM281) stencil and very simply paste-embossed it using the original embossing paste (DEP) at the bottom of the card. She emailed me telling me that this is one of the stencils she won from our challenge last month with the Art Glitter team. YAY!

Thank you Nathalie for joining our challenges!

 The third card in my post was done by Rose S. from Nova Scotia. She applied watercolors and radiant rain to watercolor paper (which was spritzed first with water to prepare the surface) as a base for the masks stencil (LL538), which she paste-embossed with matte black embossing paste (DMBP) and then sprinkled with mica powders while it was still wet. Thank you Rose fore joining our challenges!
Anyone can join our challenges...Nathalie and Rose emailed me their creations and I posted them. If you have your own blog just link your blog to mr. linky below. If you don't have a blog you could still win a challenge like Rose and Nathalie did recently by emailing me

Here is a partial peek of the Season of Joy stencil which will be available for sale at your favorite Dreamweaver Stencil retailer in the month of August. And it is the stencil you could win if you join our challenge this month. Three more days left to win.


JD/ Jill said...

These are all great cards! Such talented ladies...I really like their creativity, great use of the stencils.

Jessie Hurley said...

Really Cool Cards Nathalie and Rose, I love the extra techniques you added too!

rose s. said...

luv the swirly background for your card nathalie. it is so cool how it adds to your dancing lady!! :)

Pam Hornschu said...

So wonderful to have "regulars" playing along with us! I love how you've incorporated stencils with stamping in the first two cards, and that watercolored background is the perfect foil for the masks!

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