About a month ago, I participated in a card swap with some other Stampin' Up! demonstrators. When thinking about what type of card I wanted to design, I noticed the package of Mosaic Mood Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP) that I had received free at OnStage in April. I definitely wanted to use that gorgeous paper, but I had a limited number of new stamp sets to use from the 2019-2020 Annual Catalog. Much to my surprise, I paired the Daisy Lane Stamp Set with the DSP and it ending up working out well.
All 20 of my card swaps.
Do you notice the shiny, embossed images on this DSP? That's why the word "specialty" is added to its name.
Here is a 34 second video showing you both sides of this DSP.
Card Base: 5 1/2" x 6 3/4" Garden Green Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
First Layer: 2 1/4" x 5 1/4" Blushing Bride Cardstock
Second Layer: 2" x 5" Mosaic Mood Specialty Designer Series Paper
Third Layer: Place a scrap of Garden Green Cardstock on a scalloped Layering Ovals Framelit and put through a Die Cutting Machine. Attach with Dimensionals to the Second Layer.
Fourth Layer: Place a scrap of Blushing Bride Cardstock on a Layering Ovals Framelit and put through a Die Cutting Machine.
Fifth Layer: Place a scrap of Very Vanilla on a Layering Ovals Framelit and put through a Die Cutting Machine. Stamp the floral image in Blushing Bride Ink. Then stamp the sentiment over the floral image in Garden Green Ink.
Inside Layer: 4" x 5 1/4" Very Vanilla Cardstock
Even though the floral images on the DSP are roses, having the daisy image in the same color as the roses was my sneaky way of making them match. And, stamping the sentiment over the daisy image, you don't really notice it isn't a rose.
Here is your bonus project. The exact same supplies, but the card is vertical instead of horizontal. It is fun to have a versatile card layout.
Today, my hubby is golfing and I'm running errands. I hope to get in the flower gardens for a bit. Have a terrific Tuesday!!!