Fantasy Film and Dreamweaver Stencils Melting Technique
ART GITTER AND DREAMWEAVER STENCILS
ARE TEAMING UP THE ENTIRE MONTH OF JUNE TO BRING YOU AN AMAZING CREATIVE COLLABORATION MIXING DREAMWEAVER STENCILS AND ART GLITTER. COME ALONG FOR THE RIDE…WE PROMISE IT WILL BE A SPARKLING ONE!
Welcome to the Art Glitter/Dreamweaver Stencil cross promotion month. We have paired up with this wonderful company to show you how our glitter can be used with these beautiful and detailed stencils. All of our designers will be using the double glitter technique! Make sure and check out Dreamweaver Designers every Thursday by checking out the individual blogs at the end of this post, or by going to the Dreamweaver Stencils blog!
Make sure and play along all month with this fun challenge. Make a double glitter card or piece, blog about it and let Dreamweaver know by going to their blog and filling out their “Mister Linky’s Magical Widget” to let them know that you have participated! Also, make sure and LINK to the Dreamweaver site to be eligible for 1 of 4 prize packages featuring stencils and glitter! You may even get your creation featured on Art Glitter’s Blog!
Hope everyone will play along with this fun challenge. Hope even if you don’t play along with the challenge you will take advantage of the great price of glitter in June!
Be sure to check out the other Dreamweaver Stencils’ design team designers:
To see my Fantasy Film and Dreamweaver Stencil Melting Technique instructions check out my Art Glitter post (as soon as it posts and I’ll make the link, or look for it yourself here). Above is Dreamweaver Stencil: LX7007 Leaves with 3 layers of Fantasy Film: In the Glen.
Dreamweaver Stencil: LJ845 Bamboo, on left with 3 layers of Fantasy Film: In the Forest, on right with 1 layer of Fantasy Film: Dandilion. To make several layers, iron the layers together before taping onto stencil.
Dreamweaver Stencil: LJ901 Mosaic Swirls with 1 layer of Fantasy Film: Krista’s Eyes. I tried one, two and three layers with several designs and my favorites were always the single layer examples. Also the easiest to do.
Above is Dreamweaver Stencil: LG743 Stylized Dahlia, left with 1 layer of Fantasy Film: Strawberry, right with Fantasy Film scraps. This stencil is a bit tricky and I thought my end results weren’t that great, until I turned the multi-colored Film example over and saw the burn marks on it, then I was happy.
The more layers you have, the longer it will take for melting to happen. And in the case with these stencils, you loose some control too.
Dreamweaver Stencil: LX014 Daisy Background, left with 1 layer of Fantasy Film: Watermelon, right with 1 layer Fantasy Film: Krista’s Eyes.
Dreamweaver Stencil: LX014 Daisy Background, left with 3 layers of Fantasy Film: In the Forest, right with 2 layers Fantasy Film: Krista’s Eyes.
Dreamweaver Stencil: LX7007 Leaves with 1 layer of Fantasy Film: Blue Nile. This one is my favorite. I’m making a collage with it right now. More on that later! ~emm