Thursday, September 18, 2014

Dreamweavers Holiday Challenge...

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I am excited to be joining the Dreamweavers team again this week for the Holiday Challenge! I combined the Teacup Stencil with the Holly and Swirls stencil to create decorative tea cups.


Behind the teacups I inked a background with the Cathedral Windows Large Stencil. I wanted to create a distressed feel, so I inked with a light and darker green randomly. 


Be sure to check out what all the Dreamweavers girls have created today for the challenge! 




9 comments:

Christina Doré said...

A really lovely layout. Holly decorated cups are a great idea and the inked Cathedral stencil background is beautiful.

LynB said...

What a fun layout Wendy! Love the use of the cups. Reminds me of cold weather comforts.

Lea said...

Love this page! Great minds think alike, I almost did a card with the teacups and the same stencil. That would have been funny! That's a great tradition, too. I used to drive around with the kids and look at the lights but haven't done that in a few years. Maybe it's time to do it again! Thanks for the warm fuzzy and stroll down memory lane!

Pam Hornschu said...

This is wonderful! Love the row of holly cups, and broken background! Great tradition!

BurningRubber said...

I love the way this came out for you. The background and cups go so nicely together. For some reason the red buttons made me think of Red Hots. LOL and Yummy!

Lynn Mercurio said...

FANTASTIC! Love how you dressed up these cups with fun festive holly. What a great embellishment for this wonderful page.

Jan Castle said...

Lovely look on the cups....soooooo festive!
Jan

Janis said...

Adorable way you did your teacups for the cocoa LO!!! Wonderful!!
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JD/ Jill said...

Really like this page...so nicley done. You have so inspired me...because I have two of those stencils...(One unused) Now I definitely want to get it out and use it...thanks for the inspiration!