Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Stampin' UP! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop- Display Stamper Day 6

Hello there!  Welcome back to day 6 of the Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team Display Stamper blog hop.  I'm so happy you've joined us!  As we are sharing our beautiful Display Stamper projects from all around the world- please be sure to download Google Translate so you don't miss out on any of the fabulous details!

My project tonight features a few of the new shapes from the Lovely Laurel Thinlits Dies.  These dies are beautiful!  For this card- I chose to use the leaf and labels images.  The label was embossed with the Happy Heart Textured Impressions Embossing Folder and the leaves were cut out of Gold Glimmer Paper.

The Bundle of Love Specialty DSP also coordinates perfectly with this card.  I used a piece of Blushing Bride Bundle of Love Specialty DSP for one banner and the other banner I used the gold chevron side.  To create the sentiment banner- the sentiment was stamped first in Blushing Bride ink onto the Very Vanilla banner.  Then I re-inked only the bottom portion of the sentiment in Versamark ink.  I used the Stamp-a-ma-jig to line the sentiment back up and stamped the one with Versamark Ink directly over the Blushing Bride sentiment. Using Gold Stampin' Emboss Powder and the Heat Tool- half of the sentiment was embossed.

I hope you have enjoyed my projects for today!  Be sure to check back tomorrow for more beautiful Display Stamper samples!  Thanks for stopping by!

Be sure to click the button below to see what the absolutely fabulous Jessica Winter has created for her display samples.  

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  1. Beautiful care. Wonderful idea and it looks so fresh. Thanks for sharing and inspiring. Take care.

  2. This is so elegant. Absolutely beautiful card. Love all of the layers. XOXOXO

  3. Dani, this half embossed technique is on my hit list now I have seen this beautiful card! I love all your layered elements.

  4. Gorgeous layering and I love the half-embossed sentiment - such a fancy touch!