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Delicately Detailed Speciality DSP

Hey everyone,

Delicately Detailed Speciality DSP - what a mouthful! But what a beauty!
Read on to see what it is and how I used it.


The last Colour Inkspiration challenge was a lovely combo indeed!

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This would look lovely on any type of card, depending on which colour you made a feature.

I had several ideas, but, as usual, as I get going the idea evolves and changes.

Originally I had been going to do a leafy border in white and gold with Navy sentiment.  Well, it certainly changed a lot from that!!

Check it out....



I used the new Delicately Detailed Speciality DSP - beautiful lace paper sheets and panels.
I cut out a strip carefully from one of the sheets and then coloured it Night of Navy.  


 I did this by laying it on the ink pad and using the edge of my clear stamping block to press down into the ink - it was rather messy but the coverage was great!


I stamped the sentiment twice - once on white card in Night of Navy ink and once on Pink Piroutte using Versamark. I masking everything except the word "friend" on the second one and I then gold emboss with gold embossing powder.
I fussy cut the word "friend" and laid it in place on the other sentiment which I raised up on dimensionals.
I mounted it all on gold foil and attached to a white card.

Very pretty!

What do you think?

You can get this new Designer Series Speciality paper and stamp in the  new catalogue due out very soon!

Just think what you could create!

'Til next time
Keep creating!






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