Sunday brings the beginning of a new week & the start of the new challenge over at Sunny Challanges & Creations. It was my turn to create the sketch & issue the 2nd part of the challenge. This week, I opted for DSP - Designer Series Paper. How easy can that be???
Base Card - Cherry Cobbler - 8 1/4" x 4 1/8" or 21cm x 15cm -
Scored in middle & folded in half
Layer 1 - DSP - 3" x 4" or 10.5cm x 7.5cm
Layer 2 - Island Indigo - 1" x 4" or 1.5cm x 10.5cm
Layer 3 - Basic Black - 4" x 2" or 10.5cm x 5cm
Layer 4 - DSP - 3 7/8" x 1 7/8" or 10cm x 4.5cm
Layer 5 - River Rock - 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" or 9cm x 6.5cm
Layer 6 - DSP - 3 3/8" x 2 3/8" or 8.5cm x 6cm
Layer 7 - Island Indigo - 4" x 2 1/2" or 10cm x 6.5cm
Layer 8 - Very Vanilla - 3 7/8" x 2 3/8" or 9.5cm x 6cm
Using my Eyelet Border Punch, I punched along the side of a scrap piece of Basic Black Cardstock & adhered to the larger piece of DSP prior to adhering to the Base Card - Cherry Cobbler using Snail Adhesive.
|Envelope & Inside Card...|
I stamped my image onto Very Vanilla Cardstock with Staz-On Ink. I meant to do a little embossing, but completely forgot about it until I had assembled my card. Oh well, next time! I adhered the stamped piece to both pieces of DSP ensuring that it overlapped. I didn't quiet adhere permanently but left a little so that I could tuck the ends of my ribbon under.
The whole section was then adhered to the Base Card. A bow was tied & adhered to the card with a Mini-Glue Dot.
The greeting was stamped in Staz-On Ink. Again, the embossing was forgotten.
Stamp Set - Forever Young, A Word for You
Ink - Staz-On Black
Cardstock - Very Vanilla, Island Indigo, Cherry Cobbler, Basic Black
DSP - Timeless Portrait
Punches - Eyelet Border
Ribbon - 3/8" Ruffled - Island Indigo
Accessories - Mini-Glue Dots, Snail Adhesive
Don't forget to pop over to Sunny Challenges & Creations to check out what both Libby & Kris have created along with our 2 Guest Designers for the week.
Once you have completed your card, scrapbook page, etc pop back & link to Mr Linky. We know you all have heaps of DSP, so this is the perfect challenge to cut into it & use some of it.
Until next time, Enjoy!