Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Dream Team Thursday

Happy Thursday!  We are over the hump of the week and almost to the weekend!  Today is Challenge Day at Dreamweaver Stencils and we would LOVE for you to play along!  It doesn't have to be a DW stencil that you use, but we sure love to see them!

Continuing with our Valentine theme for the month I pulled out LL3011 Love Birds stencil for my main panel.  I used my favorite new technique, the double glitter technique!  So cool, blingy and messy!



First, grab your stencil and on the back side rub some Vegetable Oil Soap (I used Coconut Soap)all over it to coat the metal.

Be sure to take a brush and wipe away excess clumps.



Cut a piece of double sticky paper, also called Snap and Peel to the size desired.  Pull off one side and attach to cardstock piece.  Pull off other side and lay the stencil with the soap side DOWN on the sticky paper.

Now begin adding your glitter.  I chose to use 2 colors, so I carefully added the coors using a cut off straw and tapping the excess in the direction AWAY from the blank sticky part.



AFter all the openings are filled, carefully peel the paper from the stencil, being careful not to bend the stencil.  Next add a whole layer of clear, white, or black etc to the remaining stickiness!


For my background panel I used the Large Damask stencil LXLX7001 and ran it though my cuttlebug.  I started with a black glitter background panel, but couldn't decide so I did it with Multi Crystal as well.  Here's the first version with the black:


The border at the bottom of the black damask panel was cut with Cheerly Lynn Designs Tiffany border.  Flowers are Mini Rolled roses from My Favorite Things, and all glitter is from Stampendous!

My layout is based on this weeks sketch challenge from Split Coast Stampers.  

I hope you play along with us this week!  And be sure to check out the rest of the Dream Teams creations and spread some love to them all!





11 comments:

  1. Woop-woop!!! Fabulous job Cyndi!!! Love it!! The black glitter background is really popping!! The adhesive paper is called Double Sided Mounting Paper. Have a good day!!

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    1. Hi wendy...I have used the Snap n peel Double Sided Mounting Paper but can't it now...do you know where to buy it...on line...in stores
      I'm in New York city.
      Thanks

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  2. Cyndi...the two different colorways are gorgeous with your card design and thank you for the tutorial as well.

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  3. Nicely done. Love the double glitter!

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  4. This is my favorite technique of all time (you;ll see ha ha) so I adore this card!

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  5. Wonderful tutorial on the double-glitter, especially adding the extra colors. Think I'll post this on the DW FB page. Love the layout of this card as well!

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  6. cool technique that I've never done!!... will def try it! Your card are both super pretty!

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  7. Great cards, I like both color combos. Really cute layout too.

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  8. Cyndi great job, love both your cards. Neat layout as well.

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  9. Hi Cyndi, This is just beautiful.. I was wondering are you getting my emails?? I sent one with my address, and another one to see if you had gotten it.. Hugs, Linda

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