Saturday, May 5, 2018

Stampin' Up! Share What You Love DSP

I think tonight is going to be another quick post...I just don't have it in me to go into detail, but I don't want to miss a post! I am determined to post daily.

I used the new DSP that you can order June 1...unless you are a demonstrator, then you can have it now! You can become one...just ask me how!



My card base is Rich Razzleberry with a mat of Old Olive and a mat of Share What You Love DSP. 

Then I did another mat of Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Whisper White. On the the Whisper White, I stamped the flower (from the retiring Butterfly Basics) in Memento Tuxedo Black and colored it with my Rich Razzleberry and Olive Olive watercolor pencils. I blended those colors with my Blender Pen. 

I stamped the sentiment from Vertical Greetings and added a strip of Rich Razzleberry velvet ribbon (available June 1).

Thank you for stopping by...hope to see you tomorrow!

P.S. I was in such a hurry to post, I forgot to enter the card at Watercooler Wednesday "feminine" challenge!


10 comments:

  1. Such an awesome card! Those Share What You Love Bundles are pretty amazing! Love that everyone can get that pretty paper this month! :)

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  2. Very pretty Card! I love using Vertical Greetings, it is perfect for your card. I hope you have a nice evening

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    1. Liza, I'm thrilled that you stopped by. Thank you.

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  3. So pretty, a nice vintage feel to this!

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    1. Thanks, LeAnne, I think I'm beginning to like vintage.

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  4. Great job with this card Karen. Love the ribbon and the sentiment. The flower from Butterfly Basics is such a good match for this vintage style paper. Thanks for joining us for the "Feminine Anything Goes" challenge at Watercooler Wednesday this week.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by to leave a comment, Penny.

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  5. Butterfly Basics goes so well with the Share What You Love DSP! Thanks for joining us at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge!

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