My card today is one we created last week in our class “Cards @ Toogoom“. The ladies loved it & thought it was a perfect way to use up those bits of DSP hanging around, not doing anything but sitting just in case…..
For me it was the perfect time to showcase the gorgeous “Crafting Forever” Stamp Set, Page 181 of the new Catalogue. It has a couple of lovely images great for the male, female & kids.
I’ve used the “Playful Palette” DSP Stack (retired) but the perfect excuse to use most of the remaining pages. You could easily change out the DSP, replace it with current DSP to achieve an entirely different look.
To highlight the DSP even further & for the colours to pop even more, I allowed a small amount of Basic Black to show between each piece.
I didn’t colour the image as I thought the DSP was busy enough & didn’t want to take away from the DSP. I did, however, “Paper Pieced” the vase with the same DSP.
To create your own card, just click on the link below to download the tutorial which includes all the product used & measurements (metric & imperial). SU! Demonstrators are quiet welcome to use the tutorial for any of their classes.
My card today highlights our Pretty Pattern Paper Tutorialswhich teaches you ways of using that gorgeous DSP you have sitting in your cupboards or on your shelves waiting to be used.
As this lovely stamp set “Hey, Girl” is retiring at the end of the month, I thought I would share a card I created a couple of weeks ago featuring the Technique “Paper Piecing“.
I also wanted to share with you one of my more popular pins using the same lovely set, again using the “PaperPiecing” Technique, along with lots of colouring. You can find the Free Tutorialfor this card by clicking on the highlighted link.
For today’s card I Paper Pierced the top & skirt while I coloured her hair, skin, bows & shoes with a Blender Pen & Crumb Cake & Rose Red Inks.
For today’s Free Tutorial, please click on the link above the photo.
I used a stamp set that has been sitting on my shelf for a couple of months now & must admit that it has never seen ink! Today, I decided that I wanted to create a card for one of my nieces & thought this would be perfect for the card.
Not only that I have “killed 2 birds with the 1 stone” – so to speak as I have used our challenge sketch & the colour “Purple” for the card. Half way through I remembered that Amber loves purple, so strike #3! I also decided to flip the sketch on its side so that I could use the stamp. Love it when a plan comes together!
I also did a couple of Techniques on my card – Paper Piecing & Heat Embossing. I’ve actually embossed the image by inking in VersaMark & then Basic Grey prior to stamping the image. I again did the same for the Vases. I stamped the image onto a piece of DSP with VersaMark & Basic Grey & Clear Embossing Powder. You can’t really notice in the photo but looks great in real life.
To create your own card, click on the link below for a free tutorial.