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Zeroing in on a new Technique: Dreamweaver Thursday

It's Dreamweaver Thursday and all this week, the Stampendous team has been sharing lots of amazing projects featuring these fantabulous stencils. Today I am sharing a project with a new (to me) technique, called the Zero Drawing Technique. This was fun and really easy!

HERE's a great video on exactly how to do this technique. Basically, I used a graphite pencil and 2 erasers from Tombow, plus a sponge dauber, and 2 great Dreamweaver stencils. I used the Leafless Tree Stencil and Pumpkins Stencil. I placed the pumpkins first, and then worked different parts of the tree around it. I also used the Zero Eraser to add some extra vies and leaves to the stems of 2 of the pumpkins. The Zero Eraser is so teeny that it's perfect for detail work like that.  The other eraser I used was the MONO NP Eraser.

After I finished my image, I distressed the edges and mounted it simply on black cardstock and then on to a white card. I kept it all on the left side so I could add a thin piece of black cord from May Arts. I'll definitely be using this project for the 31 Days of Halloween. It was so easy, and I think it could look super creepy if done right. Below are the rest of the ladies posting today. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Lyn Bernatovich said…
LOVE your card and technique Alison! Can't wait to try it. I need one of those kneaded erasers!
Pam Hornschu said…
I really need to play with this technique. Very cool!
Viki Banaszak said…
I need to try this! It looks awesome! TFS
OMG!! This is so freakin' awesome!! I am definitely going to be giving this a try and will be adding this book to my toolbox!!!
Your card is absolutely amazing!! There are so many possibilities with this technique that my mind is racing like a Nascar driver with the checkered flag in sight! WOWWOWWOWWOWWOW! LOVING IT!TFS!

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