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Using Neutral Tones to Stamp Your Own DSP

Using Neutral Tones to Stamp Your Own DSP

Today’s project is a Using Neutral Tones to Stamp Your Own DSP handmade card idea tutorial. All products showcased today can be found in my online store here: Shop Now. You can find my YouTube tutorial at the bottom of this blog.

Be sure to check out my YouTube Tutorial at the end of the Blog below.

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The main colours used were Smokey slate, Sahara sand, so saffron, soft suede, misty moonlight, seaside spray and grey granite. A lovely calming colour combination, with a hint of vintage vibes.

Stamp your own DSP One Sheet Wonder idea Shop Stampin' Up! UK

The main stamp set used for todays background was Comfort and Hope, my all time favourite for backgrounds just now. I also used Tasteful Touches, Butterfly Gala and Painted Poppies.

Stamp your own DSP One Sheet Wonder idea Shop Stampin' Up! UK

My card bases and matt layers are all based around the colours used in the background stamping design.

Stamp your own DSP One Sheet Wonder idea Shop Stampin' Up! UK

I loved adding some ink blending in to my projects today as well as colouring the basic pearl jewels with my Stampin’ Blends.

Stamp your own DSP One Sheet Wonder idea Shop Stampin' Up! UK

The sentiment layer is from the Stitched So Sweetly Dies Set.

Stamp your own DSP One Sheet Wonder idea Shop Stampin' Up! UK

There is nothing better than sending a card just to say “Hello”.

Stamp your own DSP One Sheet Wonder idea Shop Stampin' Up! UK

I’m loving the Misty Moonlight shades on this card.

Stamp your own DSP One Sheet Wonder idea Shop Stampin' Up! UK

All Cards are DL size and measure 4″ x 8-1/4″.

Stamp your own DSP One Sheet Wonder idea Shop Stampin' Up! UK

Products Used

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Get & Go Starter Kit Promotion 1st to 30th September 2020

WHAT IF BEING CREATIVE WAS YOUR JOB? OH, WAIT! IT CAN BE!

Begin your Stampin’ Up! business by getting additional supplies to help you have a successful first event. The Starter Kit is already a fantastic way for new Stampin’ Up! demonstrators to get loads of products at a huge value (for £99, choose £130 worth of products).

So if you join during September 2020 these are the extras in the kit! And at same great price as the usual starter kit! These additional products will help you to hold an event right from the beginning and get your business off to a running start. Everything in the picture below is free!

Use one of the two stamps sets provided at your event, and you will be able to take the pre-cut paper pack and create a beautiful card. Reach out to me, or click here to JOIN STAMPIN’ UP! to get started today!

Begin your Stampin’ Up! business by getting additional supplies to help you have a successful first event. The Starter Kit is already a fantastic way for new Stampin’ Up! demonstrators to get loads of products at a huge value (for 129 €/£99, choose 175 € | £130-worth of products).

(Important note: Ink, adhesive, cutting tool, and clear block for stamping must be purchased separately.

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