Dress up any card front with some squares of designer series paper (DSP). I like to use this type of layout when I find that I have a strip of DSP left-over. You can easily change it to ovals, rectangles, or any other geometric shape. The important thing is to create and have some fun! Thoughts?
Love What You Do
Very Vanilla A-2, 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)
Share What You Love DSP 1-1/2" Sq. (3)
Tuxedo Black Memento
Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies
Tacky Tape or Tear & Tape
First, I strategically cut three squares from a DSP panel. I kept in mind that the panel would still be used on a card. For this one I cut the squares vertically on the right side of a panel. (See yesterday's entry: Love OSW#1).
Second, I played with the placement of the squares on a card front. I chose a sentiment that was somewhat squared off to fit in with my squares.
Third, I stamped my sentiment on the left and adhered two of the squares, one above and one below the sentiment.
Fourth, I added a strip and bow of velvet ribbon. I used tear & tape behind the strip of ribbon and a glue dot to attach the bow.
I then attached the third square of DSP using dimensionals.
Lastly, I adhered the other Very Vanilla panel to the inside of the card.
Here is the template I used to cut my DSP:
The pink numbers refer to the card number where the pieces were placed.
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Sally, this is very pretty - you do these one-sheet cards very well!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Jeanette! I do try to use a different design each time. I appreciate you taking the time to stop and comment. Happy Stamping!ReplyDelete