Painted with Love

By | 14/04/2018

Do you know, that when I first saw the “Painted with Love” DSP, it didn’t appeal to me at all.  First off, I don’t do gold.  I tend to prefer silver/white gold instead.  All of my jewellery is silver coloured.  And then the main colours are rather bright pinks….. I don’t usually do that either.  If you check back on some of my older posts, I tend towards blues and teals.

But having played with it a little, it has really grown on me.  I have come across some lovely projects on Pinterest and have come up with one or two project myself.  I think the projects don’t need to be fussy, as the paper can speak for itself.

For this project using the Lots of Love Box, I’ve kept it very simple.  The box has been constructed using plain Rich Razzleberry cardstock and a small piece of the Painted with Love DSP on the front.

Prior to constructing the box, I adhere the DSP to one of the box pieces using adhesive just around the edges.  I then die cut the heart from the centre which resulted in me having a heart of DSP and the Rich Razzleberry.  These pieces I used to embellish one of the Narrow Note Cards.  A bit of gold embossing and the card is complete.  These note cards and their envelopes are just the right size for the box.

To finish of the box I used a Rich Razzleberry Stampin’ Blend to colour Whisper White Organza Ribbon and this I tied around the box and insert a piece of Window Sheet behind the window prior to constructing the box.

Happy stamping!

Christine

If you live in New Zealand all supplies used to create these projects can be purchased HERE.

Supplies used:
Stamp set:  Painted Petals (2018 Occasions)

Cardstock:  Rich Razzleberry, Painted with Love DSP
Ink:  Versamark

Miscellaneous:  Lots of Love Box Framelits, Whisper White Narrow Note Cards & Envelope, Whisper White 1/4″ Organza Ribbon, Gold Embossing Powder, Window Sheet, Big Shot,  Multipurpose Liquid Glue, Dimensionals.

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