think the Succulent Garden Designer Series Paper (DSP) has to be my most
favourite DSP ever, and I’m really sorry to see it go!
side of it leaving is that there are some great new designs coming in –
time will tell if any of them will knock Succulent Garden DSP off top
place in my popularity stakes!
card was inspired by a card I saw on Pinterest that had used the same DSP for
Apart from Whisper White CS, I used two colours of CS that are
retiring at the end of this month.
Both Mint Macaroon and Tip Top Taupe
are part of the 2015 – 2017 InColours.
started my card with a base of Tip Top Tape CS, with a layer of Mint
Macaroon CS and a top layer of the Succulent Garden DSP.
This is not something I
would have tried myself but having seen a card created by someone else, I
knew it would work!
I adhered all the layers together using Tombow.
took a piece of Whisper White CS and stamped the sentiment from the Guy
Greetings Stamp Set using Sweet Sugarplum Ink.
I decorated around the
sentiment using Sweet Sugarplum Ink and some small two-step stamping flowers from the Jar
of Love Stamp Set.
Still using Sweet Sugarplum Ink, I stamped the second step of these
flowers on top of the first image.
I used the Stitched Shapes Framelits
to die cut the sentiment, and layered it onto a piece of Mint Macaroon
CS using one of the straight cut oval dies from the Layering Oval Dies.
then layered this onto a Tip Top Taupe CS oval I’d die cut from a larger
oval die from the Stitched Shapes Framelit Dies.
I stamped another five sets of the two flowers in the same way as on
the sentiment, and then die cut them using the Everyday Jars Framelits.
adhered them around the outside Succulent Garden DSP border.
make the flowers 3D as I thought it’d make the card look too busy!
took a piece of Whisper White CS for the inside layer and stamped a row
of the Swet Sugarplum flowers along the bottom.
are other embellishments I played with but I decided enough was
That’s about it for today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.