Tuesday, 1 May 2012

DSP ~ So many to love

Today I am part of an Art with Heart Stampin Up Team blog hop, where some of the girls in the team have got together to show off our lovely Designer Series Paper Packs on special during May! 
We have a great team of crafters right throughout Australia who communicate and share online and in person at stamping days. We would love to have new members join our team. 
From today, it's only $169 to become a demonstrator and you can choose anything you like to go in your kit! You can contact me from anywhere in Australia on 03 8711 4401 or email me at ratherbstamping@yahoo.com.au anytime and I would be happy to answer any questions you have.


You may have just popped over from the lovely Di Dunks page, but dont worry if you haven't, if you follow the links at the end of each post you will make a complete circle of all the lovely talented ladies homes on the web and end up back where you started.


I normally do cards but today I have done a page for my mum, since it close to mothers day and her birthday. I am using a gorgeous page of DSP (Designer Series Paper) called twitterpated out of our new Autumn~Winter mini.

I have used a technique called floating photo to eventually make a 4 page spread, as you can see from the last 2 photo's the background is different, this is because it is see through and the page behind can show off whatevere gorgeous DSP you have.
 





Ok, I now have to share you with everyone else, so it is off to the home of the wonderful Sue Madex to see what gorgeous things she has to show us today. Enjoy and come back soon.


Ladies that are in the blog hop today are:

Sue Madex   



6 comments:

Sue Madex said...

A beautiful page Alisha. Love the pic of your mum. xx

Tina said...

That's a fantastic photo of your mum, and I love how you've framed it. I love the Twitterpated DSP and the way you've used it on your layout.

InkyArt said...

I love that photo of your Mum Alisha - and this page sets it off beautifully. I've not heard of the floating photo technique - you are going to have to explain that one to me very soon.

Amanda said...

I've not heard or sean the floating photo tech and it took me abit to work out - what a great idea! TFS! Great page too BTW.

Kathryn Mangelsdorf said...

What lovely memories of your mum, and the dsp just sets off the photo so well.

debzhouse said...

Lovely page of your mum, Looks great lovely dsp