The latest challenge over at http://inspirecreatechallenges.blogspot.com/ is to use the following card created by Denita Wright-Smee as your inspiration…
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I have used the Tea Boutique designer series paper (DSP) for my card, with not a tea cup or pot in sight…
I made my card base with Basic White Thick card measuring 21 x 14.5 cm, scored & folded on the long side at 10.5 cm. I then cut a piece of Abstract Beauty DSP to measure 10 x 14 cm; which I then chopped at 4 cm on the short side and 3 cm on the long side so that I had 4 pieces to mix and match with. I love that Stampin’ Up! papers are mainly double sided and make this card layout so easy to do.
My sentiment is from the Simply Fabulous stamp set. I used Parakeet Party ink to stamp onto Basic White card and cut it with one of the Tailor Made Tags dies. I used one of the hole reinforcer dies on a scrap of my DSP to add to the tag, but it’s rather hidden by the bow of Parakeet Party metallic woven ribbon.
I added some Crinkled Seam Binding ribbon to my card before adding the sentiment die cut on top with dimensionals…
My final touch was to add some of the 2022-2024 In Color matte decorative dots. I chose 2 shades and sizes of Parakeet Party and of Tahitian Tide as that colour features in the DSP too.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my card for this challenge. Why don’t you join in the fun too?
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