Friday, January 17, 2020

Let the Paper Do the Work

 Stampin'Up! has been rockin' it with the Designer Series Paper lately!  And as much as we tend to want to hoard our DSP we need to use it. Sometimes, it can be the whole focus of the card instead of just an accent.

Peaceful Poppies DSP does exactly this!   For the card above, I've used a Poppy Parade card base and a Pear Pizzazz strip which has been sponged with matching ink.  Both the poppy outline thinlit and the greeting come from the Peaceful Moments Bundle.

Rich Razzleberry was used for the base of this card and another piece of Peaceful Poppies DSP.  The strip is the opposite side of this sheet of paper.  Remember, all regular Stampin'Up! DSP is doublesided.
Vellum Cardstock and white embossing powder were used for the accents on the next card.  The Pear Pizzazz marker was used to add some colour to the leaf.  This greeting came from the Itty Bitty Greetings set because I didn't want the greeting to cover up the DSP.
This has to be the simplest card!  And yes, this is a piece of DSP.  Because this print runs along the top and the bottom of the 12x12 sheet, you can get six of these cards created in a snap.
The base is Blackberry Bliss, as is the strip across the card.  I used the Everyday Punch and sponged the label with Pear Pizzaz ink.  The greeting come from the Peaceful Moments stamp set.

Peaceful Moments Bundle - 153824 - $71.00

Peaceful Poppies DSP - 151324 - $15.75
Itty Bitty Greetings - 151331 - $49.00
Everyday Label Punch - 144668 - $24.00
If you purchased the items above to create these cards, and many more, you would qualify for a Level Two item from the Sale-a-Bration brochure.  Shop at my on-line Store HERE.

Thanks for stopping by.
Have a stampy day.

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