Monday, January 30, 2017

Stamp Review Crew | SAB Bonus Hop

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Hello and welcome to this special edition of the Stamp Review Crew - 2017 Sale-a-bration Free for All. This hop we are focusing on all the fabulous products that you can get for FREE, yes that's right for FREE from the Stampin' Up! Sale-a-bration promotion.

If you are joining us for the first time we are a group of International Stampin' Up! demonstrators that show one Stampin' Up! stamp set at a time, every first and third Monday's of the month, with the exception of this Bonus Hop today.  Be sure to make your way around the hop by clicking the next button at the bottom of each post. If you get lost along the way click on the banner at the top of each post and that will lead you to the list of hoppers so you can continue seeing all the fabulous creations.

There a lots of fun and fabulous products on offer this year. Something for everyone!


 All you have to do to get your hands on one of these products is spend $90 AUD on any Stampin' Up! products (not including P&H) and one of these products can be all yours for FREE! Who doesn't love a freebie or two?
I know we are the Stamp Review Crew and normally we focus on one stamp set at a time but this hop I wanted to focus on a DSP in the 2017 Sale-a-bration line up (pun intended, Ha!), Inside the Lines Designer Series Paper.

This is a 12"x12" DSP that you can colour in yourself. There are four designs and you get 3 of each design in a pack.  And the designs lend themselves to be coloured with the new and fabulous Stampin' Up! Watercolor Pencils.

If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen me playing around with this DSP last week.  I was having a bit of a practice with the Watercolour pencils before I got stuck into my project for today.



I think I've picked the most detailed design of all the four designs in the Inside the Lines DSP pack and I'm not going to lie and say that this has been a quick project because this has taken me about 25+ hours, on and off throughout the week, mostly after dinner while watching TV to colour it in. Lucky I love it otherwise I probably would have stopped after the first night.





I had originally thought to cut out a section of the DSP and then turn it into a card but after all that work and effort that I put into colouring it in I couldn't bring myself to cut it up. It was just too pretty! I love the sheet of DSP in the beautiful dark frame. The contrast of the frame with the colours in the DSP is gorgeous and makes for a beautiful decor piece in your home.

To colour it in I laid down a little bit of colour in each flower or leaf and then used the Aqua painter to pull the colour out and to give it that water colour look. The water colour pencils are really so easy to use. Make sure when using the Aqua painter on the DSP not to use too much water otherwise the colour would just pool everywhere on the page. I found the best was to have as dry a brush you could have. Basically the brush was just damp and that worked the best for me.

Check out this clip from Stampin' Up! on other fabulous ways you can colour the Inside the Lines DSP.  There are lots of different ways you can colour this DSP. You are only limited by your imagination.




I hope that I've inspired you today with the Inside the Lines DSP. Remember to get this DSP you need to spend $90 AUD with me on any Stampin' Up! products (not including P&H) and the Inside the Lines DSP (#143830) is all yours for FREE!

Next up is the fabulous and fellow Artisan team member, Tanya Boser.

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Thanks so much for stopping by!

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24 comments:

  1. Wow....just wow!!!! Your coloring is fabulous.....and nope I wouldn't want to cut it up either!

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  2. WOW! This is amazing! Beautifully created! I'm so glad you framed it, cause it is gorgeous! TFS

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  3. Oh, my! What a gorgeous job you've done with this coloring. It is definitely "frame worthy". You'll enjoy that every day!

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  4. Wow, Rochelle, that is spectacular! Your coloring is amazing!! It is too gorgeous to cut up!

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  5. Whoa - so many hours of colouring in your beautiful creation. Such a talented lady - the shading and colours are perfect! Kelly x

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  6. Rochelle, the coloring on this DSP is stunning! Definitely too gorgeous to cut up.

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  7. WOW! This is ama...WOW! I can't believe you...WOW! This is abso...WOW! Did I mention WOW?!?!?

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  8. Wow, that's some great work, Rochelle!

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  9. Seriously!!!! This is amazing and looks so cool framed. Nice work. WOWOWOWOW.

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  10. Amazing! I think I would have framed it, too, after all of that hard work. It would be hard to give it away!

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  11. Beautiful coloring, Rochelle! You have inspired me to pull out the pencils and color this afternoon!

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  12. Wow Rochelle, that is some gorgeous coloring. I am glad it was so enjoyable for you as it was well worth the hours of work. It will look beautiful on your wall for a long, long time :)

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  13. This gorgeous project was worth every hour you spent on it -- just stunning!

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  14. Oh my this is just amazing! It certainly deserves to be prominently displayed!

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  15. So beautiful Rochelle! I love this as a 3D art piece, such a lovely idea and a very calming project! xx

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  16. WOW....WOW can you come here and teach me to color like that pretty please!! Beautiful 3D project for your home!

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Thank You for taking the time to comment on my creations! I really love to hear what you think and will try to respond as soon as I can! Rochelle xo