Annual Catalogue 2019-20, Tutorial

Use up those DSP off cuts

Learn how to use DSP cut offs to make a beautiful embossed card

Hi and welcome to today’s bonus tutorial which is using the Feels like Frost speciality designer series paper. I wanted to use up this little 2 x 6 inch cut off that I had lying around and I came up with this card.

I incorporated some wet embossing into this project using the White Stampin’ Emboss Powder to give a lovely snowflake embossed card background.

I just love how the white emboss pops out against that Night of Navy Cardstock.

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I did of course use the co-ordinating Night of Navy Ink pad on this project, I also stamped some images and a sentiment on the inside too. Lush….

I hope you like today’s project.

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Instructions and Measurements:

Card Layer
4 1/8″ x 5 7/8″
Matt Layer to emboss on
4″ x 5 3/4″
Matt for DSP (ink around edges in Night of Navy)
4″ x 2 1/8″
DSP Layer
3 7/8″ x 2″
Embossing
I stamped the snowflake stamp all over my matt layer using versamark ink and added, then heat embossed our white emboss powder. This turned out great.

Sentiment Layer
I added a sentiment and an image to my middle DSP layer.

Decoration
To finish off I added some pretty basic rhinestone jewels.

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Products Used:

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Product List

No video tutorial for this sketch sorry – I deleted it by accident 🙁

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