Quiet reflections on stage swops Rotterdam 2024

I decided to use different colours cardstock and inks with the quiet refections stamp set ,combined with the softly stipled DSP a free sale-a-bration product for my swops it shows the versatility of the products and how interchangeable the colours are .

Very vanilla cardstock was used for the embossing and stamping onto. it is much softer than the basic white card and blends well with all the colours used

DSP softly stipled sheets ink sentimentstampset gems. 
wild wheatlost lagoon  misty moonlight your on my mindquiet refections tinsel Gems 
wild wheat wild wheat pecan pie overjoyed for you in this journeyeveryday details glossy dot asstm
lost lagoonpool partylost lagoonjust a note go to greetings tinsel gems 
berry burst calypso coralberry burst you matter to so manysomething fancy glossy asstm
the card bases are 11″ x 8 1/2″ score short side 4 1/4″
DSP 14.4 x10cm 
vanilla matting l13.7 x 9.3cm

Here is a list of products used which can be purchased on line via my shop


  1. i made a template using 2 pieces of thick card (the card that is in the 12×12 DSP PACK
  2. Using circle die from every day details i cut a circle out of the cardboard where i wanted the embossing folder not to emboss
  3. i placed this piece of cardboard over the 2nd piece and drew a line were the die had cut on the previous piece of card
  4. once both circles have been cut out use a piece of low tac tape to secure the pieces together at one end 
  5. insert the vanilla card inot the raindrops embossing folder ,place the cardboard tempalte over the outside of the embosiing folder 
  6. run thorugh your embossing machine 
  7. stamp the reflections image onto the vanilla card on the un- embossed section
  8. attach DSP to card base and then add vanilla layer 
  9. punch out the larger ovals shape from the double oval punch stamp the sentiment of your choice from the stamp sets listed in supplies on either cardstock or DSP 
  10. attach to the card with dimensionals and add gems for effect 


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