These are the cards we created in our FB Live the other day where we played with a 6 x 6 DSP One Sheet Wonder. It was an easy layout but one with lots of variations. I’ve only created 3 projects but as I’ve said, the list is endless.
I’ve used Starry Sky Cardstock for the Base Cards on all cards along with a layer of Basic White. The only change on all cards are the images & colours! The images have been stamped in Highland Heather, Mango Melody, Old Olive Inks while the sentiments were all stamped in Starry sky Ink. A piece of the lovely Metallic Woven Starry Sky Ribbon were added along with the gorgeous Iridescent Rhinestones – oh how I love these Rhinestones!
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Thank you so much for joining me today. Once again I am joining Kylie & Bruno’s Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator Monthly Team Blog Hop although it has been a couple of months!
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As these will be my customer Thank You cards, I wanted to keep my card fairly simple while at the same time create a bit of a WOW. I then went for Friends are Like Seashells Stamp Set along with the matching Seashells 3D Embossing Folder & the Seaside Seashells Dies. Try saying all that fast – I had a lot of trouble typing it lol.
Tahitian Tide really jumps out at you so to tone it down a little, I daubed Pacific Point Ink onto an image with a Sponge Dauber prior to stamping it. It come out a little darker than the Tahitian Tide but toned down from the real colour of Pacific Point.
The sentiment is from the lovely Sending Smiles Stamp Set while the die cut shape is from the matching Sending Dies. I can see myself using these a lot throughout the year.
The card has been finished off with a couple of Opal Rounds randomly adhered to the Front.
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