Daisy Lane meets Pressed Petals Specialty DSP
Good gracious I have been so crazy busy, my posting has been so sporadic and for that, I apologize! I had such a great response on my Kit Card, y’all just made my year!! I heard you and WILL be creating a tutorial and video for you. It’s been rainy these last few days, but as soon as we have a nicer day, I will bring the video to you.
Have you had an opportunity to see the new Pressed Petals Specialty Designer Series Paper? Oh my gosh, it is so stinkin’ gorgeous, I mean so gorgeous! I love, love, love this specialty paper and guess what? Because it is a specialty you receive 24, yes, 24 sheets of DSP in the pack! Woohoo, such a great deal. It’s a bit thinner than our regular DSP packs, but it is perfect for creating some gorgeous card!!
I will have project details for you at the bottom of this post.
Just take a gander of these gorgeous paper! I mean really, you know how beautiful our Designer Series Papers are, but good grief, be still my heart, these are over-the-top!! My photo does not do justice to the Pressed Petals Specialty DSP, you really need to see it in person. Need a quick card, this DSP has you covered, check out the first paper on the stack in my photo above. Simply cut out the block you want, attach it to a card, add a sentiment, you’re done!
The card I created actually started out in my brain as a simply daisy project, and it is, but the small strip of DSP on the left side just is so perfect! Can you see the burlap in the photo? Be still my heart!
Just a bit of stamping on this project is all you need. I punched the daisies using my Daisy Punch a couple of times for each flower, stamped the inside center of the flower on Blackberry Bliss Cardstock with Blackberry Bliss ink. Next, using my sponge dauber I inked up the center of my daisy flowers again with the Blackberry Bliss ink, added the center with Liquid Multipurpose Glue (no dimensionals, yet).
I added the Pressed Petals Specialty DSP Strip to the left and added a 1/8″ strip of Blackberry Bliss Cardstock to the edge as shown in the photo above. I followed up by stamping the stem images from the Daisy Lane Stamp Set with Old Olive Ink and stamped the sentiment with Blackberry Bliss Classic Ink. The First daisy is glued direction with my Multipurpose Liquid Glue, then the second daisy was added with a few dimensionals.
Lastly, I added a cute bow using my Linen Thread and a Mini Glue Dot. My final touch was to add some Clear Wink of Stella to the flower center and spritzed the entire card front with my Stampin’ Spritzer filled with our Champagne Mist Glimmer Paint and 70% Isopropyl.
Thank you for visiting with me today, I hope I have inspired you to go create something beautiful and send it on its way. I appreciate your business and have included the products I used on these projects below for your shopping convenience. You can also download the Supply List then head on over to my online HERE 24/7 to place your much-appreciated order.