Happy Friday and Welcome to Showtime
Today in the video (on my blog at frenchiestamps) you will see how to mkae the DSP Tile with Grout. The measurement for this layout is the white card stock is 3-3/8 by 3-3/8 and the DSP is 3×3 but cut in 1 inch square. Here what I use
- DSP Sycamore Street from sale a bration
- card stock are Pool Party, Summer Starfruit, Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White
- the top Pool Party Flower is from the the Pop-Up Posies kit on page 18 of the spring catalog
- Rich Razzleberry and the Pool Party ribbon is from the Pack of ribbon and button in sale a bration
- Hello is the stamp set Pretty Petties in sale a bration
- Punch Petite Curly Label in sale a bration
- Clear Embossing Powder #109130
- Heat Tool #129053
- Backer twine Pool Party #125574
- Simply Score #122334
- The second one I use the Elegant Butterfly Punch #127526
Well this all the supplies that I use and YES lots of sale a bration goodies. Sale a Bration is going till March 22nd so about one more month so you have time to take adventage of the free goodies, they’re no limits on how many you can get so one free with each 50.00 purchase before tax and shipping. So example if you place an order of 150.00 before tax and shipping you get 3 PLUS you get the rewards of 25.00 I always say during Sale a bration more and more goodies for you all 🙂 and don’t we all love FREE goodies? So take advantage while it’s Sale a Bration!
Tonight is the Pop-Up Posies class here and it is still available by mail you can view the detail HERE. Always feel free to e-mail me or call me if you have any question. Well that is it for now and have a great day!
Thank you. Another wonderful technique. Now I have a better understanding of how to get the tiles correct.
Hugs 'N Blessings
I really like how you added the grout lines with the Simply Scored tool. That simple step adds so much to the design! I've always loved tiled cards and now mine will be even prettier using this idea and adding the embossing! Thanks for the video.
Peace, Love & Joy,
What an amazing technique!
Beautiful work as always! I love this technique but have never tried it. I will now though!
I copied your card late at night ( not my finest hour) and it is posted in my blog this week for WAW. I put a link to your blog so that people can visit. I will sign up for your email and join your site.
You are really a great inspiration to many people.