Dragonfly Dreams, Part 2...

Today, I'm in Shreveport, LA at a Stampin'Up! OnStage event with some of my wonderful team members. We're getting the new catalog - woohoo - and a sneak peek at some of the new products. I always enjoy attending these events and being with my team is the best. I'll share some photos when I get home. Until then, I wanted to share a few more projects using the Dragonfly Dreams stamp set.

This first card uses the die set and some Designer Series Paper from Sale-a-bration. I die cut the dragonfly from the DSP, then put in a piece of watercolor paper that I did a wash on with Old Olive and Tempting Turquoise ink. I then added the detailed dragonfly die cut over that. The words are heat embossed and popped up on the Turquoise card stock. The fun dots in the corners add some extra color. I'm not really big on coloring, but I LOVE stamping.

This next card uses just stamps and no dies. I colored the bold dragonfly image with markers, then misted it with water before stamping. That helped the colored blend together. A few Gold Sequins add a bit of sparkle along with some Gold Glimmer Pen on the wings. I used Elegant Eggplant and Pacific Point for the ink and card stock colors.

The final project today features the largest dragonfly die popped up on a panel of the SAB DSP. I used the Watercolor Pencils to do just a little coloring on one of the flowers, then used a Blender Pen to blend the color. A couple Rhinestones add a touch of bling. Plus, I love Melon Mambo!!

Dragonfly Dreams Photopolymer Bundle 144728

Price: $46.75

Bundle and save! Buy these two coordinating products and save 10%. Dragonfly Dreams Photopolymer Stamp Set "Stamp like a dragonfly, sting like a bee." It's almost the same as Muhammad Ali's motto, but much craftier. * Quantity: 10 photopolymer stamps * Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): b, c, e, g, h Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits Dies Create die-cut dragonflies in seconds with Thinlits dies and the Big Shot. * 5 dies * Largest image: 2-15/16" x 4-1/8" (7.5 x 10.5 cm) * Use with Big Shot * Use Precision Base Plate with detailed images