Thursday, May 16, 2013

Just Believe for DD52 & FMS88



Greetings, Stampers! Today I have a project which I made for two challenges. It features several retiring products, including the Just Believe Stamp Set. Though I really love when new products are released, I'm so sad to say goodbye to the old. I have used this stamp set quite a bit over the years, and as a matter of fact I think it was in my starter kit when I first signed up as a Stampin' Up demonstrator. Oh, the memories... LOL!


It's the one year anniversary of Dynamic Duos! To celebrate, they are asking us to create a project using any of their past color combos. It's no surprise that I gravitated to Certainly Celery and Pretty in Pink as I love pinks and greens together. Sadly, both of these colors will be retiring at the end of this month.

The sketch by Amy at Freshly Made Sketches was perfect for my project. I love that there was a little spot for DSP below the ribbon.


I really like the way this image looks using the Faux Silk technique. It's really easy to do. First stamp your image on a piece of tissue paper a little larger than your card stock. In this case I used markers to ink my stamp. Crumple the tissue paper up into a ball. The more you crumple the more little creases you'll get. Then cover your Whisper White card stock completely using a glue stick. Spread out your tissue paper over the card stock without smoothing it out to maintain the creases. Then just trim with your paper snips and you're done!



Stampin' Up Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Just Believe
Card Stock: Whisper White, Pretty in Pink*, Certainly Celery*
Designer Series Paper: Subtles Stack*
Ink Pads: Certainly Celery*
Markers: Pretty in Pink*, Certainly Celery*
Tools: Scallop Edge Border Punch
Accessories: Pretty in Pink Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon*, Pearls
Other: Tissue Paper

*Retiring June 1, 2013

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11 comments:

  1. Very pretty. Love the pink & green combo and the tissue paper technique you used.

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  2. Love this soft color combo and it's perfect for the technique you've used for your stamped panel. So pretty Sandy!
    I'm so glad you joined us at Dynamic Duos to celebrate our One Year Anniversary!

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  3. Very, very pretty, Sandy, and thank you for the great directions for making that awesome technique!!

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  4. Very pretty, Sandy! I've never tried that technique before and it's beautiful. Great take on the sketch!

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  5. Gorgeous job with the faux silk technique Sandy! I too am sad to be saying goodbye to these products. So happy you joined us this week at Dynamic Duos, we sure hope to see you back again soon :)

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  6. I've never tried this technique, but it's so perfect with these soft colors! Looks like a lovely silk scarf!

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  7. Oh, these colors and this pretty stamp set is perfect for the faux silk technique. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

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  8. Beautiful technique Sandy! I love the pretty soft pink and green! So glad to see you at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

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  9. Oh my - this is totally stunning Sandy! I love how you've used these gorgeous soft colours with that stamp set - they are the perfect match! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

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