DSP/Color Focus: Let's soar with the wonderful Fan Fair dsp and island indigo, which will be gone soon.
Create a project with island indigo and fan fair dsp or some of the colors in that dsp. You must use island indigo, though.
I didn't have any of the Fan Fair DSP so I chose some of the colors from it to work with. I wanted to do something that would work for a masculine birthday, so I left out the pink. I used markers to color the arrows (not sure what those are called!) and stamped it repeatedly. This is one stamp I don't think you need the Stamp-a-ma-jig for...it lines up pretty easily! Good thing too because that is just one extra step. I love these colors with the Blue Ribbon stamp set. I know I probably should have saved the Island Indigo to make an actual blue ribbon, but I already had the base of my card assembled with the torn Island Indigo cardstock and I thought it was a bit too much blue. So, I guess I will call this one Yellow Ribbon. lol After I was finished I threw a few random rhinestones on there for an unexpected added touch.
Stamp Sets: Blue Ribbon, Oh Hello
Cardstock: Island Indigo, Riding Hood Red, Very Vanilla
Ink: Crumb Cake, Island Indigo, Riding Hood Red, Summer Starfruit
Accessories: Rhinestone Basic Jewels, Dimesionals, Newsprint DSP
Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 GMT Views: 660