Today is the final in my series on Fun Ways with Designer Series Paper. There are several more that I could share but I’ve chosen one to highlight that you would have seen throughout this series. Layer your DSP to create coordinated projects. Use the sheets from the same pack to make it even easier to coordinate. Adding layers can make your focal elements really stand out and also adds depth to projects.
Layer it up
Use your Designer Series Paper as a matte layer or on top of a cardstock layer. Layering different patterns which complement each other creates beautiful effects.
On this Christmas card I used the classic gingham design as my background and then matte a layer with all the woodland animals in the foreground.
A deer from the North Pole Wonder die cut from Cinnamon Cider Velveteen Paper was added to match the DSP.
This is another simple card which, this time, uses the In Good Taste DSP as the matte layer. I added a bold sentiment from the fun Ridiculously Awesome stamp set.
A bit of sponging in Balmy Blue, a bow, a few sequins and this is a quick make card. Don’t miss out the DSP sale which ends 31st October. Grab yourself a bargain, shop a gift for a friend, stock up and save. All orders over $50 are eligible for Stamping Flair Loyalty Points.
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Welcome to my blog Stamping Flair. I’m hopping with my friends from the Ink, Stamp, Share Blog Hop Group. We’re displaying products from the Holiday catalogue.
My cards feature the pretty Feels Like Frost Designer Series Paper (#150444). I have used the side which has photographic imagery to decorate my cards. You can find this from Pages 41-42 of the catalogue.
The other side of this beautiful paper has hand-drawn designs with silver foil. The images are suitable for any type of occasion – not just the Christmas season.
The cardinal is from the Toile Christmas bundle (#152367) which can be found from Pages 6-9 of the catalogue. I coloured the images with a variety of Stampin’ Blends which make colouring so easy. Which colour cardinal do you like best?
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