Saturday, November 13, 2010

DSP Day - Negative Circle Image

Lately, I've really been working my circle cutters.  In this case, it is the negative image that forms a frame for the stamped elements.

Here's the sketch:

Project notes:

  • The large flower is stamped in Versamark and colored with pastels working from the center out.  You often have to go quite a bit deeper in pastel shades to get what you are looking for.  The outside edge is actually Bravo Burgandy.
  • For the first version I of this card I stamped, I reached for Colorbox chalk inks for the background flowers since these were from acrylic stamps.  But not for these acrylics.  Stampin' Up! Classic actually worked best.  I've now labeled this stamp set so I know what ink to use with it.
Thanks for visiting!

Ingredients:  Stamps:  Petal Pizzazz,  On Your Birthday for greeting by Stampin' Up!  Deco Flower Paper Studio
Ink:  Versamark, Chocolate Chip
Cardstock:  Summer Sunrise by PTI
DSP:  Delight by Fancy Pants
Button:  Basic Grey

1 comment:

  1. this is such a cute birthday card lisa, love teh flower with the button center


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