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Teacups with Dreamweaver Stencils

Hello! Have you been enjoying the Amplified week that the Stampendous team has been having? We have been working with some amazing products from Imagine Crafts, and we hope we have inspired you! Today, my project features a fun stencil from Dreamweaver, and another version of the monoprints that I shared with you on Monday.


Directions:
1. Create a monoprinted background using the reinkers from Imagine Crafts and the Creative Palette. Squirt the 3 colors of reinkers on to the Creative Palette and roll out with a brayer. Press the inked palette on to Mixed Media Paper. You can make several impressions, or monoprints, by rolling the brayer over the ink each time. More information on this is available here: http://www.stampendous.com/ti…/creative-palette-tips-tricks/ 
2. After you've chosen a monoprint to use, tape the Stacking Teacups to it. Using the palette knife, spread Glossy White Embossing Paste across the stencil. Lift and remove stencil, and allow the paste to dry.
3. To create the card base, cut Cafe Ole colored cardstock to 5 1/2" x 8" and fold.
4. Cut a piece of Pink Carnation Mini Dots to 5 1/2" x 2."
5. Cut a piece of ribbon to wrap around one side of the monoprint, and glue.
6. Cut a Fitted Frame to fit sentiment from the Life Words set, and stamp with Brown Memento. Ink the frame with Dandelion Memento, keeping the edges heavier than the center.
7. Adhere all pieces to the card base.




Supplies:
Stampendous:
DWLL493: Stacking Teacups
DCP1005: Fitted Frames
DWDGWP: Glossy White Embossing Paste
DWDPK: Palette Knife
SSC1213: Life Words
CP475: Creative Palette
MPW811: Mixed Media Paper
Others:
My Colors Cardstock: Cafe Ole, Pink Carnation Mini Dots
May Arts Ribbon
Imagine Crafts: Brown and Dandelion Memento Ink, Radiant Neon Reinkers in Electric Blue, Pink, and Yellow
Recollections: Brayer



Louise Healy (Imagine Crafts, DW)
Laura Drahozal (Imagine Crafts, DW)
Lea Fritts (New Catalog, DW)
Pam Bray (New Catalog, DW)
Amy Hurley-Purdie (New Catalog, DW)
Alison Heikkila (Imagine Crafts, New Catalog, DW) -that's me!

Pam Hornschu (New Vatalog, DW, Imagine Crafts)

Comments

FeM said…
Awesome card. The colors are pleasing to my eyes.
Awesome colors and I love the stenciled teacups! I think leaving them white is a great way to make them the star of the show!! TFS!
Janis said…
Love the shine and dimension the glossy white embossing paste gives the lovely teacups! Beautiful and dreamy background, too.
<3 J

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HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com
Shari said…
Love the tea cups. I may just have to get that stencil. ^_^ Very beautiful card. 💗💗💗
Mary Holshouser said…
this would a wonderful centerpiece for the Civic Club High Tea.
After the tea one of the ladies at the table could take it home with them as a souvenir.
Love it.
thanks for sharing.
Judy said…
Love your card, especially the sentiment. Thanks for sharing.
cghundley said…
Wonderful way to use the
amplify on the cups! Very
pretty.
Carla from Utah
Sabrina said…
Great project and so beautiful!!!
Love all of the beautiful colors on your card. TFS
D.Ann C said…
What a cool background and the cups are terrific... the bottom one is my fav!
Viki Banaszak said…
I love your background on this card. Great colors.
Nikki said…
How kewl do those cups look
Jean said…
This is so cute! Love the cups and the colors! Great background!
Diane said…
Super cute and creative!
Leanne said…
This looks beautiful in soft colors.

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