We all know that Pinterest and such are fantastic places to go and find ideas to help spark your imagination. I mentioned yesterday that I cased a card and changed bits and pieces to make it my own. Well, for today's post, the only thing I changed was the DSP that was used. AND I used my Stamparatus to get my butterfly perfectly stamped each time. It was wonderful! We did this card at my team meeting at the beginning of this month so my team members could try the Stamparatus out.
So - I've used the Naturally Eclectic DSP for each of these samples. It just shows how you can take one package of paper, a package of card stock and end up with a whole whack of wonderful cards.
For this sample, I've used the same paper as above, only reversed it and flipped the layout. We discovered with this landscape layout, you can add longer sentiments, because you have a bit more cardstock visible. The following cards show other pieces of DSP within the same package. I chose Night of Navy for the Butterfly because that seemed to be the colour that appeared on most every sheet.
And here is the original set of cards that I was inspired by created by Lyssa Zwolanek
That's all for today, Thanks for dropping by,