Saturday, April 14, 2012

Dreamweaver Stencils and Stampendous BIG Hop



Good Morning!
It's a big day with lots of inspirations with Stampendous and Dreamweaver Stencils Blog Hop. If you are just now joining the hop you can scroll down a ways to get to the master hop list and start at the beginning. I showed you on Tuesday some fun work with one background stencil so today I'm sharing a sentiment. Watch for the encompassing asterisks where I played along with our Stampendous Monthly Challenge to recycle or re-purpose something from the home.

To keep this already long post as short as possible, I'll just say that I laid out various colored 3x3 inch cardstock and just has some fun with the Dreamweaver embossing paste using some materials for stencils I found in my garage! You know like a drywall repair kit and an old window screen, but I also went to the sewing scrap mound and handmade a dotted stencil from a piece of plastic grid stencil sheet (used for quilt block patterns). I only used some of them on my cards today and you'll get to see the others on a project real soon!



On my first card I used the Thanks stencil from Dreamweaver with that fabulous Black Embossing Paste and then I created a **DIY background swatch with an old scrap of plastic sheet used for quilt stencils** to make my dotted mat with DWS pearlescent and black embossing paste. I inked up a jumbo stamp, that's in a store near you, called Jumbo Cottage Rose Cling Stamp with Versamark Watermark ink and embossed with Stampendous Vintage Lilac Tinsel Embossing Powder.


This second card is also a little fun sample of stamping with Stampendous Jumbo Dogwood Cling Stamp  into a smooth layer of DWS black embossing paste. I used some Versamark Watermark ink to add some Purely Poppy Metallix FX mica powder and it made a small ghosting look to it. I love it!

I framed the embossing paste mat with some Crushed Black Glass Glitter and used the same Thanks stencil as my first card on **some scraps of felt leftover from a spring animal finger puppet project**. Adding three little squares of the felt under the glass glitter and then some black rhinestone. All that was left was another leftover of Maya Road ribbon.

Hope you enjoyed your hop with me today!

Now here is the master list of hops for today. Remember there are prizes for commenting along the way!

Dream It Up! 
Kristine Reynolds 
Cherylynn Moser
Susie Moore
Lynn Mercurio 
Laura Drahozal 
Pam Hornschu 
Terrece Siddoway
Wendy Price
Liz Martin 
Taylor Usry 
Jessie Hurley 
Krissy Fossmeyer 
Cyndi Bundy 
Jennifer Ingle 
Georgia Sommers
Melinda Gleissner
Kristi Van Doren 
Stephanie Lee 
Wendy Jordan
Suzanne Czosek 
Lee Kellogg 
Janelle Stollfus  -- you are here!
Louise Healy 
Jennifer Dove

and we also have some of our Stampendous DT hopping with our Saturday Challenge to repurpose or recycle something at home into a stamping project! 

Lea Kimmel
Tenia Nelson




Details: Cottage Rose Thank You Card
Stamps: Jumbo Cottage Rose Cling Stamp
Stencils and Supplies: Thanks Stencil (Dreamweaver), Black Embossing Paste and Pearlescent Embossing Paste (Dreamweaver)
Paper: Chocolate (Wausau), kraft (Wausau), Perfect Plum (SU), Black (SU)
Ink:  Versamark Watermark (Tsukineko)
Accessories:  Vintage Lilac Tinsel EP (Stampendous), DIY dot stencil, black multiliner pen (Copic)



Details: Textile Dogwood Thank You Card
Stamps: Jumbo Dogwood Cling Stamp (both Stampendous)
Stencils and Supplies: Thanks Stencil (Dreamweaver), Black Embossing Paste (Dreamweaver)Purely Poppy Metallix FX mica powder (Dreamweaver)
Paper: Cream (Wausau), Terrestrial Teal (Wausau)
Ink: Versamark Watermark
Accessories: Crushed Black Glass Glitter (Stampendous), black rhinestones (Kaisercraft), Maya Road ribbon, tan craft felt

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28 comments:

  1. They're both fabulous!!! And you got the gears going in my head...drywall mesh. I've used it as a stencilfor inking but didn't think about using the paste with it. Can't wait to give that a try later!

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  2. Both projects are TOTALLY FAB!!!!!!!

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  3. Love these cards! Really neat cards, I especially like the second one with the stencil over felt.

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  4. Both of your projects are so cool. Love how you embossed on the felt pieces.

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  5. How very inventive and clever you are..great job

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  6. Loved how you showed the versatility and different ways of using the stencils, stamps and materials!

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  7. These are both So Lovely! Love how you embossed on the felt pieces.
    Hugs

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  8. I can't believe you pasted onto felt! So unique. Love the bits of Stampendous Frantage stuff with your little flowers, etc. and the Metallic F/X! ;)

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  9. These are so fabulous, Janelle, Wouldn't have thought of the felt, but it adds such texture and fun to the card! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week!

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  10. Great cards.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  11. Great projects all week! I have really enjoyed seeing the inspiration, thanks!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  12. Hi,looking all beautiful! Thanks!

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  13. These are really great cards. I love each look & LOVE how you used all the different elements-stenciling on felt-what a great look! You've really inspired me to think way outside my box. You are uber-creative!!!

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  14. both are great projects and look so fun to make!

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  15. Janelle, Sorry if I am repeating myself...I don't think I was signed in the first time around but not sure...hmmm. If it sounds like I am losing it, it's because I am! Thank you so much though for playing with us this week. Your cards today are great. That was really clever pasting on the felt I never would have thought of it.

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  16. Fabulous cards!
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  17. Lovely! The effect of the paste on the felt is cool! Wonderful cards!

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  18. So fun! I really enjoyed seeing your different looks.

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  19. Love your creative style! And the black embossing paste is so cool!

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  20. Awesome cards! I really like all the different products and ways you used them on the cards.

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  21. Wow Janelle! Great creations, very creative!

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  22. Lots of good ideas here for future projects; so little time. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. WOW love the way you use so many different pieces and fibers. Great cards. You are a creative genius!! I am so inspired!!

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  24. Love how you used the stencil in so many ways..fabulous!

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