Thursday, 18 October 2012

DIY - DSP

This week Simply Stampin' want us to make our own DSP or background papers. I have been lucky enough this week to have been lent some lovely Stampin' Up sets - including the one I have used in this card below


This handy little set is called Confetti and I have used the dots, leaves and flowers. My sentiment is from the gorgeous new set Sassy Salutations - there are loads of useful sentiments in this set.
I just stamped the little confetti stamps randomly in different coloured inks and then inked the edges of my card stock with Crumb Cake ink. I ended up loving my paper so much that I didn't want to cover too much of it up so I just added a sentiment.





Materials
Stamps: Confetti, Sassy Salutations.
Ink: Crumb Cake, Old Olive, Raspberry Ripple
Card stock: Whisper White, Old Olive
All the above can be ordered through me and delivered direct to your door - details at the top of the page.

Thanks for stopping by to take a look today, I also noticed today that I had another follower and I would like to say 'Hi'. Only anther 4 to go and I will reach 100 - do you think I'll do it by Christmas????
See you soon - Jacqueline xx

4 comments:

  1. You have made such pretty DSP Jacqueline, I can see why you didn't want to cover it up! Love the sassy sentiment and your soft Crumb Cake sponging! Thanks so much for joining us at Simply Stampin'! Ruth x

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  2. Your DSP is lovely and the bold sentiment looks brill in prime position. x

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  3. Oh gosh I would never have thought of using those confetti stamps all together like that to create your own DSP - but I sure will now. Lovely job!

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  4. What a fabulous effect Jacqueline! Vicky x
    (And yes, I do think you will!)

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