Thursday, February 22, 2018

Painted with Love DSP (my own version)

Hello Crafters,

Today I wanted to share my own version of Painted with Love Dsp.  A few weeks ago I saw a post on facebook from Kim Jolly @ Stampin Artfully and she had designed her own version of Painted with Love DSP.  I decided to give it a try at my Down line meeting.

Now I'm not sure how she did her's, but this is what I came up with.  I used the basic stamps from the Waterfront set and randomly stamped a couple rows, then blended with an Aqua Painter.  I used Soft Sky, Pool Party, Marina Mist & Island Indigo.

On this one I also spritzed a little Peekaboo Peach on the background.  When you are satisfied with your background,dry with your heat gun.  Now you can take the same stamps and stamp randomly with Versa Mark and emboss with Silver Embossing Powder.

Stamped words with Basic Black Ink.

As you can see each one turns out a little different.  I had actually cut this one in four pieces, but ended up adding ribbon so you can't see the other cut. I also spritzed this one with the Peekaboo Spritzer.

I tried both watercolor paper and Shimmery Paper.  You don't really notice that much of a difference between the two, except for the shimmery background.

Thanks Kim for the idea!  Hope you all give this try.  Just another way to make your own background paper.

I also wanted to share the new Sale-a-Bration items available until March 31st 2018.

Product List
Eclectic Expressions Clear-Mount Stamp Set
Free with $50.00 purchase (before S&T)
Springtime Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper
Free with $50.00 purchase (before S&T)
Blossoming Basket Clear-Mount Bundle
Free with $100.00 purchase (before S&T)

Here is also the link to down load the new brochure.

Product List
Celebrate You Thinlit Dies
Free with $100.00 purchase (before S&T)
Amazing You Clear-Mount Stamp Set
Free with $50.00 purchase (before S&T)
Marina Mist Classic Stampin' Pad*
Marina Mist Classic Stampin' Pad*

Hope you enjoyed this project, if you have any questions please let me know.

Happy Stampin',

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