Will I ever get bored with this Suite? I decided to make two cards
yesterday that featured Designer Series Paper (DSP). For this
first card I used the Love What You Do Stamp Set, and
the Share What You Love DSP.
My colour combo is Crumb Cake and Rich Razzleberry, with a hint
of Old Olive! I started my card by stamping the flower stem
twice on the left-hand side of my Whisper White Cardstock (CS) layer.
Next I used the Post It Note masks I found in the stamp set box,
to mask the first three flowers. Then I was able to use the
small branch of leaves stamp, which is from the Love What
You Do Stamp Set, to stamp two branches on
the first group of three flowers.
Next I moved the masks to the lower two and a bit flowers,
and stamped two more branches. Adding the green
branches made a transformation to image. branches! I
was really pleased with the effect!
The fussy-cut flowers I used to decorate the inside of my card
were from my first image that I'd managed to smudge.
Fortunately by fussy-cutting the flowers, the smudge was cut away!
The silver pearls are from the pack of Metallic Pearls which
includes 121 silver-coloured pearls and 121 gold-coloured pearls.
These can be found on page 197 of the Annual Catalogue.
These pearls, together with the Share What You Love Artisan
Pearls, are two of my new favourites in basic gems! I'm
pleased to be able to report I'm making good progress with
the tasks I have on my to-do list before go to Alaska
next Thursday - eek, it's so close!
I've finished my 3D swaps forAlaska, as well as the accompanying
video, and I have just three videos left to make! I had my hair
done yesterday and today I having my nails and toes done!
Over the weekend, I plan to work on my card swaps which we
are requested to make complete cards. I have my card
planned, so I just need to knuckle down and get on with them.
The card will also be video as well. So it's all coming together
beautifully for me now!
I hope you have a lovely weekend, and until, tomorrow, and happy crafting.