Did you check out the other blogs last week? Well, we are doing this for the whole of October so check in every week for more. Its fab to see other peoples ideas, even with the same papers it can look so different. We hope it gives you some inspiration to use or buy papers….I know for sure I’m a bit of a hoarder!
This week I’ve used Pattern Play DSP for the two card I’ve made specifically for this blog hop. They use a fabulous range of bright and cheerful colours, great for both Male and Female cards.
The first card I made uses Night of Navy for all the mat layers, Stitched Triangle Dies, Night of Navy (from the co ordinating ribbon set) and Daffodil Delight Ribbon and the sentiment is from Happiest of Birthdays stamp set. Not sure the stitching shows up too well in the triangles on her, but I think it adds some lovely interest.
The second card uses Calypso Coral as the mat layer and all the paper is the oddments from previous cards made. The sentiment is also from Happiest of Birthdays stamp set and stamped in Coastal Cabana ink.
Did you know that selected DSP is on offer this month?
To help promote, I am joining in a blog hop. Don’t know what a blog hop is? Well just follow the links at the bottom of this page, which will ‘hop’ you to other peoples blog, where you can look at other peoples ideas…easy!
We are doing this every Tuesday, so have a peep each week for ideas using these offer papers.
This week I’m using the Artistry Blooms papers to make 2 cards.
Card number 1
First cut your DSP to 14.4cmx 10cm
Then I used the Playful Alphabet dies to cut the words ‘For You’ in the top left corner
Dont forget to glue the centres of the ‘O’s and ‘R’!
And that was my first card…so simple and can be used for lots of different things!
But hey…I’d got the die cut words still, so…….
Card number 2
As before , I cut a piece of DSP 10 x 14.4 cm
I cut 3 strips of DSP that matched the die cut letters that were about 10cm x 1cm and cut diagonally across all the ends (one in the opposite direction to the others).
I die cut and embossed a label from the ‘Tasteful Labels@ die set and stamped ‘Happy Birthday’ from the ‘Many Mates’ stamp set in Night of Navy ink. Have a look in the picture below…it shows the embossing off much better!
I glued the letters, and paper strips to the DSP and used dimensionals to raise the sentiment off the card. I then assembled the card and ‘voila’.
If there is anything you fancy, then pay for it at the ‘shop’ and then email me with equivalent value products from the new catalogue. You can opt to have the products delivered to yourself (old and new will be delivered together), or collect from me. The product you choose from the new catalogue will be FREE (excluding postage).
This is only available until 6pm this Sunday (June 21st), so don’t miss out