Oh my goodness how beautiful is this Paper!! I always love the Designer Series Paper from Stampin’ Up! but this one is just stunning isn’t it? I wanted to share a project today showing how to use Designer Series Paper in our cardmaking, because we are all guilty of hoarding it not using it! Gorgeous paper like this deserves to be shown off!
I have used the brand new, not even launched yet, Berry Blessings stamp set and Berry Delightful DSP. I was inspired by a card made by my dear friend Rosie Minors, I loved how she has showcased three different designs on the one card, and I wanted to do the same.
These papers are all so gorgeous, I definitely couldn’t pick just one to play with! The base card is Whisper White thick, 14.5cm x 21cm, scored in half at 10.5cm. The first DSP layer is 14cm x 10cm, look at those stunning leaves!
The second paper layer is 7.5cm x 8.5cm and is place on a mat of Poppy Parade card measuring 7.8cm x 9cm. I have butted the paper right up to the left edge of the red card, before sticking it down on top of the first layer of paper. I love Poppy Parade, such a bright and vibrant colour!
The final piece of DSP measures 7.4cm x 3.2 cm and is on a mat of Whisper White card measuring 7.7cm x 3.7cm. Again, the DSP is butted up right against the edge of the mat of white, but this time, the left edge. I then stuck it down butted up against the left edge of the first layer of paper… still with me!?!?
The stamp set is Berry Blessings, I just love the images and the sentiments in this one. I stamped the raspberry three times, the outline and the in fill, in Poppy Parade, along with two of the leaves, one in Granny Apple Green and one in Shaded Spruce, and, of course, the little toppers to the raspberries, we couldn’t forget about those!
Sadly, there are no dies or punch for this set, so out came my trusty Paper Snips, to fussy cut them all out, along with the sentiment, Bountiful Blessings. I layered everything onto a 2″ Whisper White circle and matted this onto a 2 1/4″ Poppy Parade circle. A touch of White Twine and we are done!
I hope I have inspired you to get using those papers, this is post one of my new ‘how to use Designer Series Paper’ posts, there will be more coming in the new year. Have you fallen in love with this paper yet? If so, not long to wait until it is available to you, as a Sale-A-Bration reward too, so you can earn both this stamp set and the paper for FREE when you spend £90 or more with Stampin’ Up! between 5 January and 28 February, how cool is that!
Designer Series Paper Share
Do you want all of the new papers from the Jan – Jun mini but can’t afford them all?
Have I inspired you to use those papers? Are you in need of a refresh! If so, and you live in the UK, you are in luck because I have another of my Paper Shares running, where you can get 108 sheets of 6″ x 6″ paper, all of the papers from the Jan-Jun mini catalogue, for £27 posted!
These shares need 4 people to run, and places are filling up fast, so please do get in touch if you would like to join in, just send me a message using the form below, I would love to help you get your hands on these gorgeous papers,
Until next time, Happy Stamping xx
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