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March into Spring with Dreamweaver

Ready for fresh air, sunshine, new leaves, and flowers blooming? Well, the Dream Team is right there with you! Our challenge for the month of March is...coincidentally...Marching into Spring. Per usual, we'd love to have you play along with us, and link your own creations to the Inlinkz tool on the Dream It Up! blog, or at the bottom of this post. Play as many times as you'd like. Those of you who work Dreamweaver and/or Stampendous products into your projects receive bonus points, but everyone has an opportunity to be the winner who receives the stencil of their choice.

Here's my hint of Spring:

I started off by using the new Beams stencil. I inked it up using 5 colors of Ditsress Ink, which I applies by using cosmetic sponges. After that, I applied white Embossing Paste to the Lotus stencil. After it dried, I colored the image with Spectrum Noir markers. Then, I dabbed on some Glossy Accents with my finger, and sprinkled glitter on top.

I used the fun Dual Alphabet Cutting Dies for my "Spring" and the smallest of the Long Nesting Oval dies.

So there you have it! Thanks for visiting me today. The "B" team would love to share their interpretations of this theme:


Comments

Pam Hornschu said…
Love that colorful background, Alison!
Wow...Alison! I love love love your colorful creation! Especially the inspiration of the paste-embossed lotus, I don't think of using that stencil often, but it is really really versatile.
Lyn Bernatovich said…
Fun pops of spring!!!!
Viki Banaszak said…
That is so pretty! I love the colors!

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