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Natural Composition DSP Color Resist Technique

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 Have you tried the COLOR RESIST technique

on the Stampin' Up!

Natural Composition DSP yet?

SOOOOOOOOO COOL!

Natural composition bloom color reist

Here's is how you can create this great look:

Natural composition bloom 1

Natural composition bloom 2

Natural composition bloom 3

Natural composition bloom 5

Above:  these are the cards I made with this fun new technique and the Blooming with Kindness stamp set.

If you have not seen my video for sponging over the Delicate Details Lace tape, you can check that video out here.

Seriously..I never thought that ANY color could replace CHERRY COBBLER as my FAVORITE color... but... hello Riding Hood Red... I love you!

Natural composition bloom riding hood

126917 natural composition dsp

Stampin' Up! Supplies You'll need for this card:

Natural Composition DSP - Glossy Raised printed patterns - 12 sheets #126917

Blooming with Kindness stamp set #126420 / 126422

First Edition DSP #121878

Delicate Details Lace Tape #130966

Riding Hood Red ink pad #126968

Stampin' Sponge #101610

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Comments

Doris

Riding Hood Red has always been a favourite of mine; I'm so glad someone else has discovered its beauty. I hope it survives the next colour renovation. These cards are lovely, Patty. I enjoy visiting your blog; you have great posts and wonderful projects. Thanks for sharing!

Denise Tretheway

I just joined SU about 1 1/2 years ago, and I kept passing up Riding Hood Red. About 6 months ago, I used it because it was about the only color that went with whatever paper or project I was working on at the time (can't even remember what it was), and I loved it! I think I may have used it with chocolate brown, and it was beautiful! Just like you, I have developed a new taste for it. However; Cherry Cobbler just can't ever go away... Now that you have brought out the "hood", I think I will use it again soon!

Beth Norman

Oh how beautiful. Your technique is very effective on the DP.

Kt

I liked your technique alot. I pulled out my Riding Hood Red and doggone if it was not bone dry! How bad is that, so good excuse to replace it with the new foam pad! So I went to Cajun Craze and oh my how beautiful it turned out. I will be posting a picture of that card on my blog and Facebook here within the next week. I could not bring myself to cover it with DSP however, it turned out so beautiful and made a perfect masculine birthday card. Thank you for sharing the technique, I love it!

Kt AKA Kay

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