How fun is this - we are in the last couple days of Sale-a-Bration (ends 2/28/2022); and I want to share a really cool way to use your DSP in more creative ways. I was inspired by a post made by fellow demonstrator Janet Wakeland using the Daffodil Afternoon DSP (free during SAB with a $50 merchandise purchase).It is really lovey and I have used on several cards - but then take our new Naturals blends and add some neutral tones and you can get an entirely new look for your cards -
Adding the natural blends over the colors on the DSP give you an entirely different look - a bit vintageyHere is the card I made in today's facebook live - if you are on facebook you can watch my video here on how I placed colors - www.facebook.com/CrazyStampingLady/videos/1116160165865555 You an compare below the before on the left and the after on the card.
I really love they way they turned out. But then I thought why not try to brighten the DSP - I used some of my brighter blends - Pumpkin Pie, Bermuda Bay, etc. and colored some of the flowers. On the left was the original and on the right a colored piece - really changes the look.
I hope you liked this coloring tip - and use it to change up your DSP to make it more to your liking for whatever project you may want to do. It's a game-changer. Be sure to let me know if you try it, and what you think! ~Maureen
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