Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Ghosting on DSP Greenhouse Gala

 Well this is what I call Ghosting on DSP, some people call it embossing resist. I finish doing this video Friday and then I was checking the sketch on clean and simple and it was almost this layout so the only thing I had to add was the little tap where is the greeting and change the button so I did and love the Decorative label punch for the greeting in the bottom. What I sis is stamp with Versamark use clear embossing powder and then sponge with Chocolate Chip and VOILA! The DSP is Greenhouse Gala, card stock is Pear Pizzaz and Chocolate Chip. The lovely stamp set is the Medallion. Get your supplies ready and make one with me while you are watching the video. Remember on the video you can stop and rewind at any time. If you are getting this post on e-mail tyoe you will need to go to my blog to view the video. Till next time Happy Stampin'
PD Friday I will have the video on how I did the ribbon!



France Martin
France Martin

So in short I'm a child of God, a wife, a mom, sister (4 girls in my family no brother but many brother in law), love the outdoor and YES a Stampin'Up! demo of 13 plus years and still counting. That is me in a nut shell.

11 comments:

  1. Oh, this is so pretty! I never thought about embossing this stamp on DSP. Love it, France! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Very pretty card and great tutorial!!! Thanks!

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  3. Wow, I love this card! Very nice,now I have to go make one. Thanks for sharing France.Mary L.

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  4. Oh I love this France!TFS again!!! You deserve a video award!!! Love your card and this technique!

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  5. Great technique and card. Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Great card! I love this technique and the results. Loved the video too - thanks!

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  7. This is sooooo neat!! I absolutely love it. My daughter (8 yrs) and I are going to do this technique this weekend. Thank you for sharing. I am relatively new to your blog and just love it to pieces!

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  8. Great idea for using busy DSP - I never thought of that! Thanks for sharing all your ideas & videos.

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  9. Robin (robth on SCS)March 9, 2011 at 3:08 PM

    Wow! Thanks so much for sharing this tutorial!! Can't wait to try this out! Beautiful card!

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  10. Very beautiful, excited to try this technique. Thanks so...much 4 sharing!

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  11. Beautiful card! I love doing this technique, but really love your finished card!

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