Thursday, 20 October 2016

International Projects Hghlight

Welcome to our International Project Highlights using current Stampin' Up!® Products. 
Be inspired by our gallery of beautiful projects! 

We would love it if you could visit every one of our blogs and see a close up of our projects. The gallery below will be on every blog you visit, so you can't possibly get lost.

Here is what I made.

Bunch of Blossoms - Simply Stamping with Narelle - available here -

The technique for this card I saw on another demonstrators, Vanessa Web, web site. It is something I would never have thought to do. Stamping directly onto the Irresistibly Floral Designer Series Paper. When ever I have used this paper in the past, I have just inked it using either sponges or a brayer. I had no idea you could stamp directly onto it.

It gives such a cool effect. The flowers on this card look like they are outside a lead light window.For some reason it reminds me of a english garden. I think the Bunch of Blossoms stamp set I have used, make for perfect flowers on this card.

Why not try this technique and see what you can come up with.

Thanks for visiting my blog today, there are so many amazing ideas and inspiration you don't want to miss. We know that you will love our gallery of projects made from Stampin' Up!® Demonstrators around the world!

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  1. What a great layout and idea with your card Narelle. Angexo

  2. This is something I have been wanting to try. Thank you for the inspiration.

  3. Such a stunning card! I love the effect you've achieved!

  4. OMG!! I would have thought that you masked this somehow! What a great way to showcase this paper! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Love how you've stamped over the embossed DSP, looks great! xx

  6. Great effect! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Oh, I really love that you did this! It opens up so many possibilities for the embossed papers. Beautiful card.

  8. What a fantastic idea to stamp onto embossed DSP! I love your card and your sponging is superb!