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April 14, 2015


Carol watson

Beautiful card,looks so easy. Thanks for the tips and video.

Kathi Anderson

Hi Amy,
I am a certified Dreamweaver instructor. If you soap your
stencil before placing onto the adhesive you will not have
the problems you had removing the stencil from the adhesive.
Dreamweaver has their own soap for this technique or you can
use just any natural soap. Lay your stencil on a flat
surface and rub the dry bar of soap over the stencil. Use
a stencil brush to remove the big pieces of soap from the
stencil and place the stencil on your adhesive. Apply your
glitter as you did and you can remove your stencil without

Jean Marmo

Love this!

Chistine Kiehl

Oh this turned out so nicely! Thank you for sharing!

barbara macaskill

AWESOME!!!! So glad you showed the side angle view!!! An absolutely gorgeous creation! TFS!

Viki B

Gorgeous!!! I love the color combination you used! So awesome!!

Stampendous Stamps

That is so beautiful and such a great technique with glitter! Thank you for sharing your Dreamweaver project this week!

Amy Hurley Purdie

Thanks for all your comments ladies!

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I am a self-described "Scrapbook/ stamp/craft Fanatic"! I eat, sleep, and breathe it! I have been in the crafting industry as an artist and designer for the last 21 years and have had the privilege of working with some of the most amazing companies and people in the industry. Currently one of the owners & Illustrators for my own company Sassy & Crafty Stamp Company. I look forward to creating new friends through the sharing of my art, and talents!
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