Friday, October 7, 2011

Double Sided DSP Scrapbook Layout

I love Stampin Up's Designer Series Paper for lots of reasons. but, the fact that you get two designs on one sheet is a big bonus! Last summer while at a scrapbook retreat with some friends, we all made a version of this layout that features showing off both sides of a paper.


So, I was thinking about this page while I was playing with Frightful Sight DSP and some pumpkin pictures from last year. I simply rolled it over on the ends and tacked it down with some glimmer brads.
 I think this is a great, simple and fast technique to use to make a page with some pizazz. So, I decided this month's scrapbook clubs would enjoy playing around with the spooky Pick Your Poison DSP in this way.
 You can see how it gives the page a little dimension because were not actually folding it down.
 I also used the netting background stamp as well as Scaredy Cat and Jack of all Trades stamp sets.

The fiber is Peach Parfait ribbon pulled apart.

Don't forget that I still have kits from last week end's Stamp Camp for sale for $40. They come with video tutorials for each project! Please email me if your interested!

2 comments:

  1. Love the layouts you have created. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. This is such an easy but very effective technique! It also will help me overcome my 'but if I use this side, no one will see the other side...' mentality! Thanks so much for sharing this tip and your fabulous pages!

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