Thursday, February 16, 2012

February Challenge #3

I AM BACK! After taking a couple days off just to rest and take care of some "business" I feel refreshed and have been having fun creating!

Today, as part of the Dream Team challenge, I present another "green" card. (Okay, I added a little pink and since white is technically void of color, it doesn't count!) This time I went with one my favorites, the double-glitter technique. The stencil is one of the 17 new stencils that were just released at CHA. It is Cherry Blossom Shape LL3024. It is a "shaped" stencil which makes it perfect for this technique.


Not only does this card count towards my challenge BUT it is also one of the cards that we will be creating in my March classes! This particular one is for the ME 2 class. Machine Embossing, get it!!!) I'll be at Stampin' Cat Studio on March 3 and Karen and Friends Creations on March 10. If you're in the area, I'd love for you to join us.

Do you realize you only have 14 days to post your submission for the Dreamweaver February challenge? And all you have to do is create a "green" card. It can either be a St. Patrick's Day card, green in color or use repurposed materials! How easy is that?! And there are 2 winners each month! One for the most creative creation using any prodyct and the second one for the most creative use of Dreamweaver product! This month each winner will receive the following two stencils (which might just come in handy for the March challenge:)

So after you've finished checking out the Dream Team challenges for this week (see the links on the right), head off to your happy place and get working on those challenge submissions. Who couldn't use TWO FREE stencils?!

I hope you'll come back again tomorrow for yet another peak at the projects we'll be doing in our March classes!

Hugs and happy creating,
Cherylynn

10 comments:

Scrappychick said...

The flower is gorgeous with that technique!

Barbara said...

So pretty! I am just getting the hang of the double glitter, so I will definitely give this stencil a try.

Wendy said...

Great job Cherylynn!! I love that green glitter. Who makes that?? Your not to bad with the double glitter either!!

sommrstamping said...

CHerylynn this is a great card, Your class is going to love learning this. I have to make 4 Birthday cards today this has given me some great ideas.

Cherylynn said...

Wendy, the glitter is Glitter Ritz from Elizabeth Craft Designs. The green is Sweet Basil and the pink is Lilac Pink.

Kristi said...

very pretty. Love this stencil

Louise said...

Beautiful card, I'm sure your students will love it! I really like how the plaid stencil on the white in the background adds to it.

Liz Martin said...

Perfect combination of technique and elements. The card is lovely!

Lee Kellogg said...

Lovely! I am still trying to get the double glitter thing down. Your card is great.

Pam Hornschu said...

Beautiful card. Love the colors and the simplicity of the design!