With the new Occasions catalog and Sale-A-Bration underway I wanted to offer a Designer Series Paper Share.
I have not done this for a couple years and a lot of you said yes please bring it back, so here are the details:
There are 5 packages of 12x12 DSP that includes *2 packages of Specialty DSP. We also have 2 packs of 6x6 DSP. If you are were to order them all it would cost you approx. $117.00
What I am going to do is order all of them and then cut the 12x12 packages into 6x6 pieces and you will get a square of each design of each pack. The pieces won't be identical because of the way the patterns are printed on the DSP, but you will get an awesome assortment to create with. *For the Specialty DSP you will get one 6x6 of the extra special DSP that comes in the pack, so these will be different per person, as there are only 1 of each design per pack instead of 2 like the other sheets. For the 6x6 paper stacks I will not need to trim them just collate amongst those signed up to receive a share.
As a bonus you will get 1 - 6x6 piece of the SAB DSP (Carried Away & Inside the Lines).
The cost for the Occasions Catalog DSP share will be $21.00 a person and that includes priority mailing.**
The turn around for the shares will probably be a couple weeks or so at the most, as I will need to order them, get them in, cut and package, and off to the PO. I will let you know if there are any backorders or anything.
**These packages will only be available to be shipped within the United States, thanks for understanding.
Please let me know by January 20 if you would like a DSP share.
If you are interested, please email me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if the link does not work, to get the paypal link. Thanks!
I really don't know what this technique is called but it looks like bleach and embossed, so there ya go.
Here's a quick video to show you how it's done.
I love this stamp set and I loved making the mixer pink. I used the new Watercolor Pencils, which you really need to get now. Or if you want to take a class I have one coming up the end of the month where you will get your own set. I am also working on DSP shares so watch for that email or post. I still have some spots open for BINGO as well, so holler if you want to attend. I have updated my events on my DBWS, I get so bad and forget.
I'm not talking about my jeans...but unfortunately they are...I am talking about the stamp set...you know the one, you can't get the blocks back in the box. I'm a wood mount girl so this happens a lot.
Here's what I do, I hope it helps.
When I open up the box and see that there is really only one way for the blocks to go, I take a picture of them for reference in case I move them around while assembling.
Then I pop out the rubber pieces and lay them on the blocks I think they go to. It is better to do this than stick one on and then realize it was for another block.
Then I trim the rubber if necessary and mount to the block and add the sticker on the other side. Then I put them back in the box the way they were originally and I take another picture. This picture I print out.
Then I trim the picture and stick it between the plastic case and the stamp set sleeve. Now I will always remember how the set goes back in the box.
I hope you found this tidbit of information helpful today.
Have an awesome Monday and thanks for stopping in.
There are so many amazing stamp sets and bundles in the new Occasions catalog that I need more time in the day to play with them all. One I can not wait to get inked is the new Special Reason bundle. I love that the flower is this rough look to it for added texture.
I also love that the matching framelit cuts out a negative image which makes layering so much fun.
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