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"Designer Series Paper"
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You may have noticed by my previous posts that I don't use a lot of dsp (I buy it all the time though lol). So for me this too quite a bit of thought, and research, gotta love pinterest hey... I didn't case anything just browsed through for a while after dinner one night then left it a couple of days and sat down to play. I hope you like what I came up with.
To add A little something else to dress the card and give it a sentiment (sort of) I stamped a couple of images out of the Nuts About You stamp set (this is a hostess set, so if you would like to earn one please let me know and we will arrange a workshop to suit you). I punched the images out using the triangle out of the Petite Penants Builder Punch, I also punched two more out of a different coordinating sheet from the same dsp. I stuck it onto Whisper White Bakers Twine and Tied a little knot in each end. To 'hold' the pennant up I used a So Saffron Candy Dot at either end. I wanted them to sit up a bit so cut down a Stampin' Dimensional to adhere it with.
Like I said I struggle with DSP and took me ages to work out that I could actually put up with them together by adding a simple border to each piece using Whisper White Cardstock. Made it less 'busy' to my eyes.
I made another card using the same layout for my Mum for Christmas. I used punched butterflies and sadly a retired stamp for hers and spritzed the sentiment with some smooch spritz.
Well hopefully I have provided you a little inspiration. If you would like to leave a comment I love hearing from you.
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