I love the Dreamweaver stencils with the chunky sentiments, like Happy Birthday, Thank You and Merry Christmas. I pulled out the Happy Birthday one (LJ 920) and lined it out onto two pieces of watercolor card stock that I had previously colored with alcohol ink during an alcohol ink play day. These particular pieces were colored by dropping alcohol ink carefully onto water (about 5" of water in a plastic tub), and pulling the watercolor card stock carefully through the water. I made a lot of pieces and saved them for times like these.
After outlining the Happy Birthday stencil, I covered each letter with different tangles. These were so fun to do, and they really didn't take that long. (I'm actually unaware of how long they may have taken, I was having too much fun). The frames around them were previously created when I die cut stencil stamped pieces for the Inspiration Station project here. I created such a nice stack of backgrounds, and when I diecut them, I had all of these frames left over. I was sure they would come in handy for another project. The Zentangled pieces and the frames were adhered onto an A2 size white card base, and some enamel dots were added. I hope the recipients love them!