Terri's blog and she shared a wonderful project with us! We always love when you leave us comments on our blog but they are not necessary.
I have chosen to use two SAB items in my blog today and they are the Simply Marbleous 6x6 Designer Series paper and the Special Moments stamp set for my sentiments. I am also using Eden's Garden stamp set from the Annual Catalog.
I started by taking a piece of the 6x6 Simply Marbleous DSP in the Smokey Slate color and chose to use the side that looks more marbled, as the other side looks like water. I then took my Eden's Garden Stamp set and created my own DSP by stamping the flower in Polished Pink, and then added two of the greenery pieces using Mint Macaron and Shaded Spruce. This is what it looks like when done! I love it.
My cardstock base is Smoky Slate and it measures 4 1/4" x 11", scored at 5 1/2". My layer of Shaded Spruce measures 4 1/8" x 5 3/8" and my patterned paper layer I cut to 3 7/8" x 5 1/8". The leftover long piece I cut to 1" x 5 1/4" for the inside Basic White layer.
To finish the front of the card I created a faux bow using the 3/8" Open Weave Polished Pink ribbon. I cut a piece to wrap around my front layers, and then a piece to tie a bow and added it with a glue dot. You don't use as much ribbon that way! Just a tip. I then stamped by sentiment using that Special Moments stamp set on a 1/2" scrap of Basic White in Memento Black ink and used the Banners pick a punch to flag the end. To finish I added some Classic Matte dots in black to make them pop. I alway use odd numbers and go for a triangle as it is attractive to the eye.
For the inside I used a layer of Basic White that measures 4" x 5 1/4" and stamped my sentiment from the Special Moments SAB set and added my extra piece of homemade DSP.
I hope you have enjoyed my card today that I shared with you featuring SAB items and a birthday theme. To continue on our hop, please just click the Next button below to be taken to Sandy's blog where she is going to share a wonderful project with you.
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What a great idea to stamp on the DSP - it gives your stamping so much more depth!! Love this greeting set too - I can see it getting a workout!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you Julia.. I love stamping on DSP..forget to do it though a lot of timesDelete
Fantastic technique, stamping on the DSP! Beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Thank you SueDelete
This is so pretty -love those color together!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much MaureenDelete
Great card Krissi, love the way you have pulled all the elements together to create a soft, elegant card.ReplyDelete
Thank you Annette.Delete
What a beautiful, elegant card.ReplyDelete
Very pretty card. That ribbon is awesome! TFS!! SandyReplyDelete
Thank you. Yes I love all the ribbons like this :)Delete
Stamping on the Simply Marbelous DSP is a great idea! I'll have to try it.ReplyDelete
Give it a try.. Works well on the marbled side :)Delete
Lovely card! I really like the colors and images you added to the DSP. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thank you Terri.Delete
What a great tip to stamp on the dsp to layer over the color already there!ReplyDelete
thank you ShirleyDelete
Wow, I wouldn't have thought to use that to make my own DSP! Very crafty! Love how the card turned out!ReplyDelete
I wasn't that keen on the grey DSP, but seeing it used like this gives it a whole new look and makes it much more exciting!ReplyDelete