A CASE of a Catalog Highlight Project…
Bokeh Dots with Waterfront
What do you think? Here is my take on this catalog sample card. The original was found on page 157 of the annual catalog, as a sample for the stamp set Bokeh Dots. I love the way the black palm trees just jump off the image, and the way the paper is trimmed up to make it look like an island in the sea. Simple and clever way to alter an image and make us dream of far away places.
“It’s your card, make it your way!”
When you see a card you are inspired by and want to make yourself; use what you have to make it. That’s what I did today. View the video and follow along as I take you through the process I followed. Then all the details you need to do it yourself follow. And at the end, I share the Catalog Highlight for this catalog sample, and the products that the Stampin’ Up! designers used.
Stampin’ Show & Tell Video Tutorial
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Bokeh Dots with Waterfront Quick List:
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Catalog Highlight – a skinny tutorial of samples found in the catalog.
Tips & Technique:
- Use the sponge daubers to ink up the background stamp image.
- The dies are used to cut the image of the palm trees and shape the bottom of the image.
- The ribbon is used to add an embellishment to the sentiment.
- The embossing folder adds just a subtle texture to the whole project.
Quick List of Products used in this project:
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