Thursday, February 6, 2014

February Flutters

Are you ready for the new Dreamweaver challenge for the month of February? It will be a short month of posts for the Dream Team, but we're pretty excited to share with you our versions of"February Flutters", meaning anything that flutters. Heart flutters, wings that flutter, breezes, sails, etc. So, come along for the ride and link your own "flutterings" to the Dream It Up! blog for a chance to win the stencil of your choice. 
Meanwhile, here's my "fluttering" for the week featuring the beautiful new Sailboat stencil (LG755).  We will be creating these in my class at Memories and Beyond on February 25:

LG755 - Sailboat and LL332 Picasso
Paste with glitter

LG755 - Sailboat
Leafing technique

LG755 - Sailboat
Letterpress technique

Be sure to leave me some encouragement before flitting over to the "A" team blogs: 

Happy Creating,


Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Wonderful line-up for your class. Wish I could be there to take it.

Amante del Papel said...

amazing card, with fantastic colors!

JD/ Jill said...

All of these are beautifully done...Like Lynell, I wish I could be there to take you class...these techniques are all great.

Pam Hornschu said...

Awesome class samples, Louise! I love the first card...the repeat on the sides of the popped up panel is cool.

Jan said...

Can't decide which one I like the best...they are all soooooo lovely!

Maggie Haroldson said...

Gorgeous cards, Louise! I may have to have this stencil. Loved the Picasso clouds, too.

Heidi Erickson said...

Love all your sailboat creations! I especially like the way you layered the boat in the blue one. Also the sparkling blue make you feel like you are out on the water on a nice warm, sunny day. Ahh, how nice that would fell in our neck of the woods right now:)

freebird said...

Where can I buy the bottles of the ink spray (that is used to spray stencil). We used it in class and I can't seem to find them to buy. ???

Daria said...
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Daria said...

These are wonderful cards. I love all three of them. Thank you for sharing this stencil with three different techniques.