Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Jean Manis made a very simple card for the holidays using one of the new stamp designs from Penny Black; it's perfect for making several of these cards at one sitting.

by Jean Manis for Penny Black

This is a card that I really like from the PoppyStamps blog . . . the colors are what drew my eye to it immediately.

by Mary McMillen for PoppyStamps

Pam Sparks made a beautiful holiday tag using both Memory Box and PoppyStamps dies . . . and glitter paper!

by Pam Sparks for Memory Box & PoppyStamps
Here's the link to her blog with information, as well as another holiday card she made:

This posting is an older one but I think it's so beautiful. It's not the typical type of art that we normally see on the Dreamweaver Stencil blog but I just now saw it on their Facebook page.

by Emily M. Miller
Check out her blog posting:

Another posting on the Dreamweaver Facebook page is this posting from Door Country Rubber Stamps & Scrapbooking in Sturgeon, Wisconsin. I love this owl die with Graphic 45 papers.

by Door Country Rubber Stamps & Scrapbooking
"Dreamweaver Stencil.
Owl Die Cut – is a collection of three separate and all different dies. The newest in the die collection from Dreamweaver Stencils. The small printed G45 papers makes the perfect combination. ‘You’re a hoot! Is Door County Rubber Stamp design."

Lynell Harlow has made a beautiful Christmas Tree card with one of their new Dreamweaver stencils using a metallic leafing technique . . .

by Lynell Harlow, Dreamweaver Stencils

If you're thinking Play Day at Art 'n Soul is this Friday, look again! Due to customer requests, we are going to do a Monday Play Day and it's coming up next Monday, August 18! The theme is:  Alcohol Inks! Mark it on your calendar . . . anytime between 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. bring in your alcohol ink stash, blending tools, blending solution and whatever you want to ink up . . . glossy papers, Shimmer Sheetz!, wood, chipboard, etc.

While you're riding out any thunderstorms that are lingering around, you might want to pop into Art 'n Soul and see what inspiring project(s) you could put together to take home. Working on something artsy is probably the best antidote to thunderstorm phobia . . . you'll be so involved in the project, you won't hear a thing!

See you tomorrow!

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