Today's project is a favorite layout of mine. This layout works perfectly with the Dragonfly Garden Bundle. I kept this a clean and simple card, but you could add a ribbon to the front of the card.
Coordinating Designer Series Paper makes any project easy.
Card Base: 4 1/4" x 8 1/4" Misty Moonlight Cardstock, scored at 5 1/2".
First Layer: 3 1/2" x 4" Dandy Garden Designer Series Paper (DSP)
Second Layer: 3" x 4" Misty Moonlight Cardstock
Third Layer: 2 3/4" x 3 3/4" Basic White Cardstock. Stamp sentiment in Misty Moonlight Ink in the lower right corner. Attach to the Second Layer and attach to the First Layer with Dimensionals.
Inside Card: 4" x 5 1/4" Basic White Cardstock
Use the Dragonfly Punch to punch out the dragonfly from the Dandy Garden DSP. Attach to the Third Layer with Mini Dimensionals. The final touch is to put three Pearl Basic Jewels in the upper right corner.
156224 Dragonfly Garden Bundle (stamp set & punch) $36.75 (save 10%)
154411 Dragonfly Garden Stamp Set $23
154240 Dragonflies Punch $18
154297 Dandy Garden DSP $11.50
159276 Basic White Cardstock $9.75
153801 Misty Moonlight Cardstock $8.75
153118 Misty Moonlight Ink Pad $7.50
144219 Pearl Basic Jewels $5
104430 Dimensionals $4
144108 Mini Dimensionals $4
152813 Stampin' Seal Adhesive $8
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With the upcoming 2021-2022 Annual Catalog, it has been the perfect time to reorganize my studio. I emptied my cardstock holder, which was organized by color collections. I took the plunge and organized it by color.
I have my white, vanilla and four gray colors of cardstock in a small holder inside a craft cupboard. It took about a week before I got comfortable with this change. But now I can quickly pick which shade of color I want to use for my project.
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