Playing with Paste

Hello and welcome to a full week playing with Dreamweaver Stencils Embossing Paste! There will be video tutorials, techniques and team favorites on how to use this fabulous embossing paste on your stamping and mixed media projects.

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We have a great technique to start off our week that will add metallic shine to your embossing paste. Watch the video tutorial with founder of Dreamweaver Stencils, Lynell Harlow, as she creates a stunning hot air balloon card in two different applications.

That is an easy way to spice up your embossed stencil image and that extra sparkle it creates to a project. If you’re interested and for your convenience, here is a list of products and supplies used in the video.

This hot air balloon project started us off with a great view of what is in store for this week and there is still more today from our design team. Let’s fly by and see what they made playing with paste!

Kristine Reynolds

Pam Bray

Jamie Martin

Pam Hornschu

6 thoughts on “Playing with Paste

    • You are probably doing a fine job of cleaning your stencils. Lynell Harlow perfected the process over the years and the key is supporting the delicate bridges of the design and stencil itself whenever possible by keeping it on flat surfaces like removing it from packaging, cleaning and drying.

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  1. AWESOME video!!! LOVE the molten lava technique and use it often!! My grandson is mesmerized by the process and asks me to show it to him again every time he comes to visit!! I love how curious he is!!
    This is going to be an awesome week learning more about pastes!!! Today’s creations are all beautiful and I can’t wait till tomorrow!! TFS!

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