I can’t begin to describe how beautiful the “Dainty Flowers DSP offering for SALE a-bration is! All of the patterned prints in this fabulous Designer Series Paper have beautiful colors and designs. Depending on how you cut the DSP, you can get between 6-8 cards per 12×12 sheet, possibly more! The “Dainty Flowers” DSP is a FREE item offered during the SALE a-bration promotion with a $50 (US) purchase.
All of these featured cards use different patterns from this DSP pack.” Basically, I just let the DSP do most of the work and then added a greeting or focal point to each card. What I love most about this DSP is that the patterns on the white background have a “textured” appearance. This really adds a nice touch of detail to the designer prints!
For each card, I just added a die cut with the greeting, a bow of “Metallic Woven Ribbon” or “White Crinkled Seam Binding” colored with a Stampin’ Blend. Each of the cards are adorned with an embellishment. The first card has gold sequins from the “Pastel Adhesive-Backed Sequins” found in the January – April Mini Catalog, p. 9. The middle card uses Petal Pink “Adhesive-Backed Milky Dots”, also found in the Mini Catalog p. 31. The third and final card uses the “Brushed Brass Butterflies” from the Annual Catalog, p. 142.
This card is my second creation with the “Country Bouquet” Suite of products found in the January – April 2023 Mini Catalog, p. 8-9. I did not use the coordinating punch for this card, but instead I chose to use the “Country Floral Lane” DSP. The patterns in this package of DSP are absolutely darling! Here is my previous card with this bundle of products.
I used the colors of Balmy Blue, Sweet Sorbet and Basic White for my color palette. I used two small pieces of DSP on this card. The first one I cut a strip of DSP with just the flowers and hearts border. For the second piece, I used the “Stylish Shapes” Dies to cut out the Mint Macaron bicycle. The bicycle was layered on to another square of Sweet Sorbet. I used dimensionals under those pieces and then offset them on to a larger stitched square from the “Stylish Shapes” Dies in Balmy Blue.
Then I stamped the greeting a a pair of hearts in Sweet Sorbet on to the Basic White card stock. These were then layered onto a Sweet Sorbet layer and a folded Balmy Blue base. I then added two gold sequins from the “Pastel Adhesive-Backed Sequins” to the center of the bicycle tires for some detail. The finishing touch was adding a “White Twine” bow with a glue dot. Super cute and easy card!
Finally I had a few moments to create with the NEW “Country Bouquet” Bundle and I absolutely LOVE this bundle! I was able to incorporate the “Country Floral Lane” DSP on this card as well. The DSP determined the color palette of Basic White, Petal Pink, Sweet Sorbet and a touch of Mint Macaron.
This card sample was actually very simple. I used the “heart” and “leaves” from the coordinating DSP after they were punched out. The double heart was stamped in Petal Pink and punched out with the coordinating “Country Bouquet” Punch. On the “Stitched White Circle”, I stamped two of the “leaf stems” from the stamp set in Mint Macaron. I arranged the “hearts” on the white “Stitched Shapes” circle, then attached them with adhesive. I did place the smallest petal pink heart up on a dimensional. After I stamped the two small sweet sorbet hearts, I then stamped one small single heart on the larger Petal Pink heart. Then I tucked the two punched leaves under the small Petal Pink punched heart.
I stamped the greeting in Sweet Sorbet and die cut with a banner die from the “Stitched Shapes” Dies. I added a “White Bakers Twine” bow to the under side of the banner. Then I attached the banner to the card front with dimensionals. The final element was to add three of the “Iridescent Rhinestones”, one of each size.
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