Thursday, October 18, 2012

Dreamweaver and Ranger Products Fall Creations

This week starts a 4 week collaberation between Dreamweaver stencils and Ranger products. 
 
To start off I decided to do a transition card.  Remember the card I posted last week?  (Scroll down real quick and then come back)
 
Well, I took that card, painted parts of it with embossing ink and a paint brush. I picked three Ranger Distress powders; Frayed Burlap, Milled Lavender and Tattered Rose .

 
First, paint the center of the leaves with ink then sprinkle with Milled Lavender, tap off excess and heat. 
 
Next, paint the stems with ink and sprinkle with Frayed Burlap, tap off excess and heat.
 
Next, paint the tops of the pumpkins with ink and sprinkle Tattered Rose on them, tap off excess and heat.
 
Finally, paint the bottoms of the pumkins with ink and sprinkle Milled Lavender over it, tap off excess and heat.

 
Finally, paint the bottoms of the pumkins with ink and sprinkle Milled Lavender over it, tap off excess and heat.
 
I love the dimension the powders give the image!
 
 
Make sure to check out the rest of the team and Rangerink!
 
The picture below is the prize pack for the next two weeks participants.  Make sure to get your ideas and cards in to be eligible.  See the Ranger Ink and/or Dreamweaver Blog for more information!
 

 
 
 

76 comments:

  1. This is so cool! The texture just pops out!

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  2. WHOA Nellie...those pumpkins look like they are straight from the countryside. Your shading is stunning with those powders! Thank you for the inspiration Terrece!

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  3. Oh I love all the texture these pumpkins have! I think I have a new addition--Distress Embossing Powders!

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  4. This was a great way to show off the difference the powders make to the design! Love the layer of texture.

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  5. You've taken my favorite fall stencil to a whole new level, Terrece. Love the textures and colors.

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  6. i love the textures on the pumpkins. This technique is wonderful!

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  7. The card is beautiful. I would have never thought to use those colors.
    Nancy

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  8. I love the effect you got with the powders. Jumps off the page!

    Smiles~
    Marilyn

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  9. Cool card - love the pumpkins! Great mix of colors!!!

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  10. I love this! great job. thanks for sharing.

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  11. I love the pumpkins! This is such a great Fall card!

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  12. Love the effect with painting specific areas of the stencil and the different colors you mixed on the card!

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  13. Beautiful results using this fabulous combination. Gorgeous pumpkins.

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  14. Beautiful card Great technique! Thanks!

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  15. What a beautiful card! Love your choice of colors and how the embossing powder lends texture and dimention. :)

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  16. Love the texture the distress embossing powder gives.

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  17. They look like they could tumble into my lap. The texture in this card is amazing. The entire card is beautiful.

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  18. Beautiful card and great take on the pumpkin stencil.

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  19. Love the stencil and the use of the powders TFS!

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  20. Love the colors and how you used the texture on the pumpkins, that's a must have stencil !!

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  21. love your pumpkins. . Have a great day

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  22. Great look with the texture. I love it!

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  23. Your pumpkins are fab, love the texture "fade"!

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  24. Love the texture on this--what a great project.

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  25. These are the coolest ones yet, love how you did the pumpkins!!!

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  26. I like what you did with the Ranger embossing powder on your pumpkin card. It stepped it up a notch!

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  27. Love the shadow shading here!!! Very artistic! Totally fantastic technique! I need some stencils!!! I can't wait to see more!

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  28. Wowzers...the embossing powder looks fabulous on the pumpkins!!

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  29. Very cool Terrece, who would think milled lavendar would work on pumpkins, but it does!

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  30. Great card; I really like your color choices, shading, and the festive feel of the card. Really nice. Thank you for sharing.

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  31. Great card. And you used such unexpected colors of distress embossing powder. But it all works great.

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  32. Very pretty card. Love the texture the powder brings! Thanks for explaining how this was done.

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  33. So pretty! The texture really pops!!!

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  34. Terrific idea. Great texture and love the colors

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  35. Incredible project...love the way the pumpkins pop out of the card.

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  36. Would love to touch those pumpkins. Thanks

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  37. I have had those powders on my shelf forever. This is the best use of them that I have ever seen. TFS

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  38. Oh wow, I love the texture you created there. I can just imagine how those pumpkins would feel if they were real. Excellent work!
    Shades of Blue

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  39. Very cool card! Thanks so much for sharing your technique!

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  40. Beautiful colors and love the dimension on the pumpkins. Fantastic job!! TFS

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  41. wonderful card and technique

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  42. great pumpkins, thanks so much for sharing.

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  43. What a great Fall card with those gorgeous pumpkins!

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  44. Love this! Fabulous texture on those great pumpkins1

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  45. I love this technique too. It adds so much dimension. Beautiful. Looking forward to trying this!

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  46. Love it. The texture looks great.

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  47. Rose and lavender on pumpkins! I loooooove it! Very nice card, I would say beautiful! So glad you have great directions because I want to do this one.

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  48. Never would have thought to use those colors on pumpkins! How fabulous ! Love the depth and dimension they have!

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  49. Wonderful texture, depth and dimension, yet flat enough to mail!!
    R/

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  50. What ovely pumpkins!!!!!! and the colours are so perfect!!!!

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  51. This technique is just so darn cool!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  52. I love your fuzzy looking pumpkins. Very lovely card.

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  53. really nice colors!!!! thanks for the idea!!!

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  54. HOW AWESOME!! =) THANKS for sharing!! I LOVE my distress powders and am always eager to learn NEW techniques and ideas for using them!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  55. Your pumpkins look so really - they scream touch me! Gorgeous work. Nicola x

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  56. I love the colors. Thanks for sharing.

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  57. The pumpkins are great! Thanks for sharing :)

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  58. Great idea to use the paints with the EPs--great job with the shading....and I love the stencil...

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  59. Beautiful pumpkins! Love the frost the EP's give and your card design is lovely. Great job!

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  60. Your pumpkins have so much texture--love them. Reminds me of cinnamon sprinkled on there.

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  61. I truly love this technique. Now I just need a Dreamweaver stencil!

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