Friend Friday Continues with DCWV

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We are so excited to be back again this Friday to play with our paper supplies from our friends at DCWV. If you haven’t come across them before they offer a vast range of paper stacks in plain and patterned designs as well as 3D project pads, cards to embellish and enhance specialist materials and stationary….and more!  What could be better than that, oh yes of course if you combine their wonderful designs with Chameleon pens amazing things happen, you can see what both teams have created with todays posts or check out last weeks designs here.

Monica, Olesya and Ilina join us today, so feast your eyes on all they have to offer.

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By Monica Maldarella

Monica said “Summer is finished; what a better way to extend it with a colored floral card?”, she used Chameleon pens Warm Sunset, Spring Meadow, and Purple Grape together with the DCWV Color & Create 6×8 Florals Color Me pad.

If you would like to recreate this with-love-card-project you can download the full instructions here.

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Olesya has created her magic using DCWV’s Happy Day  paper collection and  Color & Create Floral pad.

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By Olesya Kharkova

Olesya said “I was dreaming for a long time to create something pretty about our Wedding day because I still don’t have even a wedding album ( we have been married for 4 years already).The cobbler always wears the worst shoes 🙂  There’s a beautiful DCVW paper collection called Happy Day. It’s just what I wanted it to be, very pretty and very inspiring.”

We love the use of the natural wood with the papers, it really sets off the beautiful wedding photo, you can download the instructions to create your own wood-slice-panel picture here.

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But wait we have more Olesya couldn’t resist creating another project.

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By Olesya Kharkova

Olesya  said was inspired to create this card because “On the 5th of October we celebrate the Teacher’s Day all over our country. So I decided to make a card for my college teacher. Chalk cardstock by DCVW fitted here perfectly as well as the Chameleon pens.”

You can download the instructions to Olesya’s Life you love card here.

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Ilina has a kinetic card to share with this super cute bear using the DCWV Happy Day stack.

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By Ilina Crouse.

If you would like to know how Ilina created this moving Birthday Bear Card you can download the instructions here.

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We have really enjoyed playing with our friends again at DCWV  and wanted to give you the opportunity to try our pens too, so why not enter our competition this month, we will put your name in our Chameleon Hat and draw a winner for a 5 pack of Chameleon Pens of your choice.  To enter leave a comment at the end of this post and sign up to join our creative community  (it’s free to join), the draw will close at midnight GMT on the 30th October 2016.  The winner will be announced on our blog when we have a winner Wednesday post.

Now how about we get hopping with our friends at DCWV and our designers that couldn’t resist creating a few more projects for you!  Just click on their name below to be taken to their blog.

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MONICA

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OLESYA

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ILINA

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21 Comments on “Friend Friday Continues with DCWV”

  1. Debbie Siddle

    Thanks for all the inspiration. Lovely depth of colours with your pens Chameleon. I’m very impressed. Would love to win some to try as I’ve never seen a live demonstration where I could play with them so I’ve never used any. xxx

        1. Cathy Andronicou Post author

          Debbie the workshops will be in the Uk next year, we are hoping to have the fist ones in Southampton, Bristol, Newbury, Crawley and Reading, we did do a workshop at the NEC at the Creative Crafts and Stitches show two weekends ago too.

  2. Becca Yahrling

    Lovely creations! Really love all the pretty purple flowers, my favorite!
    Thanks for all the gorgeous inspiration.

  3. Jean Bullock

    I am really impressed with these pens. The coloring that is achieved with them is fabulous. I have always loved DCWV papers. The designers did an awesome job. It’s been fun and inspirational seeing the projects.

  4. Laurie Black

    Fabulous projects. I LOVE the purple grape color! Its nice to see a non-card project too, the photo décor creation is gorgeous.

  5. Migdalia Rodriguez

    Such beautiful creations by everyone!! Awesome coloring by everyone!! Awesome collaboration with DCWV! Woo-Hoo!!

  6. Mary Holshouser

    they’re all wonderful but I especially
    love Olesya’s purple flowers. The
    big sentiment is so pretty.
    Ilina’s interactive bear is darling.
    thanks for sharing so many great ideas.

  7. Beth Fiscus

    These projects are amazing! I really, really love those pens. They make shading totally easy and not at all intimidating (unlike traditional markers). Of course, pairing them with DCWV products really makes it the best of all worlds!

  8. Denise Bryant

    Such beautiful creations! Lovely coloring and papers on these gorgeous projects! Enjoying this collaboration with DCWV!

  9. barb macaskill

    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!What amazing creations!! I am totally in love with Olesya’s second card but they are all stunning! I cannot get over how awesome the Chameleon pens are! They are like a little bit of magic, fun, inspiration and awesomeness rolled into a double-ended piece of Heaven!!!! The more I see them in action the more I know that I made the right decision to go with them when they first came out!!!! Now I am working on getting the newest pens to complete my collection! Thanks for the fun inspiration each Friday!

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