Friday, May 17, 2024


A fun way to use more of those scraps of dsp. Most of the strips are 3/4" wide.  I had some that were 1/2" and some 1/4" ones as well so when using them, I put them side by side.  

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Thursday, May 16, 2024


The paper does it all except for adding the sentiment on this one.


I have so many papers with strips of paper that would work on a card like this.

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Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Two more cards using the Hydrangea Hill dsp.



After adding the sentiment to this card, I knew it was the wrong one to use.  I like the sentiment but it is much too overwhelming for this beautiful paper.  In spite of that, I decided to show you one of my "not a good idea" cards.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2024

I still have some of the Hydrangea Hill dsp and wanted to get this sheet used up.  I had made some of the vertical cards before from this sheet but made two in the horizontal layout.  The little butterfly and the sentiment are not from Stampin' Up!



Come back again each day this week for more cards made with papers from this collection.

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Monday, May 13, 2024


I'd love to be able to give credit to whoever was the inspiration for this card.  I searched my YouTube history and also searched Pinterest.  It is such a great layout.   I love the Fresh Freesia color!

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Sunday, May 12, 2024

 

First of all HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!  We're hosting Mother's Day lunch here today.  It is always so busy trying to eat out on Mother's Day and to take the whole family has gotten pretty expensive.   I made the offer to have something light here instead and each of our daughters will bring a dish. 

I made this card using a scrap of the Thoughtful Journey dsp.  The watercolor look is so pretty!

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Saturday, May 11, 2024


A few days ago I mentioned a card that I made after watching Rita Holmes video.  I also mentioned that I had won the card she made during that video and that I would be posting the one I did like hers but I was waiting for the Thoughtful Journey dsp to arrive.  This is MY card.  Below you can see the card I received from Rita.  I changed up the sentiment and die cut the one piece rather than stamping it.  


Rita's card that I won.

Once again Stampin' Up! has outdone themselves with this designer series paper collection.  It is beautiful!  Thank you for coming by today!

A fun way to use more of those scraps of dsp. Most of the strips are 3/4" wide.  I had some that were 1/2" and some 1/4" ones...