Saturday, October 2, 2010

DSP Day - That 70's Craft



Help me out here.  There was a craft in the 70's where you cut up printed images and layered the images on top of one another putting a coat of varnish on them as you went.  You created a type of 3D picture with them.  I just can't remember what it was called.


Whatever... it was the inspiration for the card above.  I just cut out flowers from additional DSP to layer on the main DSP.  In some cases I created more than one additonal layer.  Brushing on Crystal Effects from Stampin' Up! created the gloss.   Some layers have dimensionals between them and others have glue dots depending on the amount of pop I wanted.

Just another way to use your designer paper and be retro about it, too.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Ingredients:  Stamp:  Upsy Daisy by SU!
Ink and Cardstock:  Chocolate Chip
DSP:  Sweet Pea by SU!
Brads:  Marrakesh by Basic Grey

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