Welcome to my blog!

Hi!

I invite you to please visit some of my blog posts below and have a look at the projects that I've created with the wonderful Stampin' Up! product range.

If you would like a current Stampin' Up! catalogue please email me!

Monday, February 15, 2016

Stampin’ Up! Australia - Stampin’ Up! Schoolhouse DSP

Hi!

Welcome to this week's Artful Stampers Blog Hop and welcome from Amanda's  blog.





Here are the essentials:
  • Let the DSP take centre stage. The gray numbers-patterned design from Schoolhouse DSP was perfect for this theme and the sketch
  • Diagonal? The pattern on this sheet of DSP isn’t diagonal, but you can easily change the orientation of any DSP if you like. I used the inspiration from CASE This Sketch and rotated the paper to suit. 
  • Need a coloured 3D sentiment...emboss it! If you have a wooden sentiment but you want a white finish on it, just cover it in Versamark and heat emboss it. I used two layers of White Emboss Powder + one layer of Iridescent Ice. White & sparkly! 
  • Layer the DSP. By putting a narrow layer of Basic Grey card stock around the Schoolhouse paper, it finishes the card and makes the patterned paper pop.
  • Make your own matching envelope. During the process of cutting a diagonal piece of DSP resulted in a triangular piece of DSP as an off-cut, I thought it would make a great envelope liner so I made my own envelope with the Envelope Punch Board and the Neutrals Envelope Paper

Here is our theme for this week....


Here’s the sketch from CASE This Sketch



To follow the blog hop, just click the arrows below.
http://wp.me/pmvgD-2eW    http://richesstitches.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-artful-stampers-blog-hop-65.html
Stamp - none! 
Ink - Basic Grey, Versamark
Cardstock - Whisper White Thick Cardstock, Basic Grey, Schoolhouse DSP
Tools - Stampin’ Trimmer, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Heat Tool, White Emboss Powder, Iridescent Ice Emboss Powder 
Accessories - Expressions Natural Element




Cheers
Are you one of my 16000+ Pinterest followers?
Have you 'Liked' me on Facebook?
Have you tagged me on Instagram?
Have you tweeted me on Twitter?



8 comments:

  1. Yes you have done it again just lovely :-)

    ReplyDelete
  2. So simple but yet soooo effective! Love!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Love the diagonal use of the DSP. A great CAS card.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I love the numbers on an angle for your background! Great take on the sketch!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Great birthday card for anyone!

    ReplyDelete

Hi! Thanks so much for visiting my blog and sharing the love of cardmaking! Your comments are appreciated!
Peace & love
Alison xx