Friday, September 3, 2010

DSP Day - Simple Style for Bold Print


A general design rule for large, high contrast prints - keep it simple!  So here is this week's Designer Series Paper card using a very bold print from Basic Grey. 

Here's the sketch:

Project Notes:
  • The solid strip is stamped with a backgound stamp to give dimension.  The edge is torn but you could also do a scallop or other decorative order.
  • Cut the vellum longer than the card and wrap the ends around the back and attach on the backside.  Then you don't have to fuss with keeping adhesive from showing on the front.
  • The flower is cut from the same DSP.  The leaf is a sticker from the paper collection.
Very simple, very fast card. 

Have a great weekend.  We are planning to go to a family wedding and I hope to get in some more scrapbooking.  I owe my stepdaughter some pages for Dillon's school album.  And maybe I'll get in a walk because it is supposed to be blessedly cooler at last!

Ingredients:  Stamps:  Spring Blossums from Inkadinkado for greeting; Sanded by SU! for background
Ink:  Pacific Point
Cardstock:  Pacific Point, Naturals White
DSP:  Marrakech by Basic Grey

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