Welcome to our October Paper Crafting Blog Hop with Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from all over the world! Each demonstrator is featuring projects using Designer Series Paper, DSP for short! There are two kinds of DSP Patterned and Speciality.
You may have arrived here from Tracy’s blog. She had a fabulous project! I chose the Magic In This Night Designer Series Paper (#153517) because I rarely use dark colors and I wanted to challenge myself. Do you challenge yourself?
I started my card on a Basic Black card base with a layer of DSP. I used the Stitched So Sweetly Dies (#151690) to cut two layers for the front of the card greeting. The sentiment is from Gorgeous Posies (#153289) and I used Calypso Coral ribbon from the Ornate Garden Ribbon Combo Pack (#152479) to complete the front.
The Pretty Peacock paper from the Magic In This Night package makes a beautiful backdrop for the 4 panels. Each panel and layer was cut with the Stitched So Sweetly Dies. I accidentally used retired DSP (the leaves) for 2 of the panels and stamped the rose and leaves from Healing Hugs (#148223).
I finished the card with Happy Birthday from the Here’s A Hug (#149438). I created this card for my Monday Night Mystery Stamping group. They had the clues of what to cut before then and we met by Zoom to put the cards together. It is such a fun way to stay connected while staying apart.
All bloggers in this month’s hop:
Sue Boerner <— You are here!
I hope you found some inspiration for your next Stampin’ project using our beautiful DSP! Selected patterns are 15% off through October 31st.
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14 thoughts on “Paper Crafting Blog Hop – Designer Series Paper!”
Great card, Sue! You’ve reminded me I need to try making this fun fold!
It is easier than I thought it would be!
What a fun card, love the autumnal colours
Ooohhh, I love this DSP! Beautiful card!
Beautiful card Sue
Beautiful card Sue! Would love directions on how to make this one! Please!
What a fun Zoom project!
I had to enlarge the photo to figure out the inside panels, but I LOVE IT!! What a fun idea. TFS Sandy
Great color combo! I like mystery stamping, too. Thanks for sharing!
I haven’t seen this fun fold before – you nailed the technique!
This is so pretty -nice use of Halloween paper for a non-Halloween card – I love it.
Great crad. I am going to have to give that a try