Thank you for dropping by today. It is so very much appreciated. I do hope you are enjoying this week’s creations with the lovely Flower & Field DSP.
Not only have I been showcasing the DSP but I’ve been playing with the lovely Happy Thoughts Stamp Set. It is perfect for all occasions!
I cut a piece of DSP into 2’s & adhered both pieces side by side down a piece of Basic White Cardstock before adding Bumblebee Ribbon down the join the DSP. This panel was then adhered to a Cherry Cobbler Base Card.
The sentiment was stamped onto Basic White in Bumblebee Ink, die cut with the Layering Ovals Die & adhered to a Bumblebee scallop oval which had been die cut with the same Dies but a size bigger.
I finished the card off with adding a small bow with a Mini Glue Dot a& adding a couple of Rhinestones to the sentiment shape.
I hope you have been enjoying my projects showcasing some of the gorgeous Product available while Sale-a-Bration is happening?
Once again Robbie & I are sharing our #simplestamping creations over on our FB Pages so if you haven’t visited our pages, be sure to do so.
This week it is the gorgeous Flower & Field DSP, Level 1 to be the star of the show.
It’s a simple card but one that lets the DSP shine. The one thing I love about this DSP is it does all the work for you. Who doesn’t love that?
A piece of Just Jade Cardstock has been layered onto a Basic Black Base Card. The DSP was chopped into 2’s & layered onto a piece of Basic White Cardstock. It is showcasing the opposite side of the DSP. Don’t you love it? The bottom bit is perfect to create a male card too.
The Ribbon is the gorgeous Bumblebee Gingham Ribbon from the Annual Catalogue. Oh, how I love this Ribbon & really have to stop myself from using it.
The sentiment is from the In Bloom Stamp Set which is in the Jan-Jun Mini. The bottom part of the sentiment was tapped off with Sticky Tape!
A small bow was tied with the same Ribbon & added to the side of the sentiment.
Have you noticed that there is NO Bling on the card. I know, right!
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