Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Dreamweaver-Quietfire Awesome In Autumn Day #2

Welcome!  We're so happy you're joining us for Day #2!

 

We're just getting started on an amazing week of Awesome in Autumn! This week we are partnering with the Dreamweaver Design Team and are so excited to play with their innovative stencils, pastes and glitters!  Follow along with us and leave your comments on each blog for an opportunity to win one of two wonderful prize packages.

 
 
Here's what we've created for today's post: 
 
 Hello Everyone, Terre here with a fast and fun way to use your Dreamweaver Stencils on canvas, it is quick and easy and oh so much fun.
I took my Wheat Stencil placed it on my canvas and dabbed my Dreamweaver Metallic Gold Embossing Paste (DGP), for the stalk of the wheat I used my Copic Marker and colored through the stencil. I stamp my Quietfire Design  Floral Thank You stamp on white cardstock them die cut it using the Grommet Tags by Spellbinders. Thank you for stopping by and visiting my blog post during this amazing blog hop, make sure to check out everyone's creative projects. Crafty Smiles, Terre
 
 
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23 comments:

  1. i live your results. Never thought of doing this before.

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  2. what a cute natural card. keeps in tune with the season.

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  3. I just love those bird stencils!! So cute. I am going to have to get some of my stencils out again. Haven't used them in a while. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  4. Oooh...another way to use canvas! Love the organic look of this!

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  5. Very clever! A new technique to try - thanks!

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  6. This card just screams Autumn. I love the natural feel of this card you achieved by using the textiles! Very inspiring. It has me craving a cup of spiced chai and a pumpkin scone!

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  7. Such a creative use of the stencil...like the look and will certainly give it a try...TFS

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  8. a great idea-love the rustic look

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  9. I like this, it reminds of folk art. Thank you.

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  10. Wow. Who knew you could use a stencil on canvas! Learning so much. Thank you again.

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  11. You can also use pigment inks and oil pastels on canvas or other fabric

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  12. Oh boy...gotta give this a try! Such a beautiful look! Lovely card! TFS!

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  13. Love that you did fabric Terre! Love the texture!

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  14. Love the burlap, fabric effect. Thanks!

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  15. Great fabric treatment!! I'm surely enjoying this blog hop!

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  16. Very creative! I need to give canvas a try!

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  17. Love the rustic textures!!
    <3 J

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  18. I really like the canvas... where do you get yours from? Great card!

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  19. Yet another use for the stencil....I never thought of using it on canvas.

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