Happy Friday Eve and welcome to another week with The Happy Inkin' Thursday Krew. This week we are celebrating spring! This is my second favorite time of the year... I love all the new blooms and love when everything is green... my allergies are not real big fans but I can live with that.
I decided to make a really simple card this week that basically showcases Stampin' Up Country Floral. This paper is gorgeous and has so much potential.I started with a panel of Sweet Sorbet card stock. I adhered a thin strip of striped patterned paper from Stampin' Up Country Floral DSP to the side. I then adhered a panel of bicycle patterned paper from the same set.
I wrapped a piece of Sweet Sorbet Stampin' Up 2022-24 In Color Baker's Twine around my fingers several times and adhered it to the card front using a strip of Stampin' Seal.
I stamped a sentiment from Stampin' Up Friendly Gnomes Stamp Set using Night of Navy ink on a piece of Balmy Blue card stock. I die cut the sentiment with a Stampin' Up Stylish Shapes Dies. I adhered the die cut to the card front over the twine with Stampin' Dimensionals.
I finished the front off with Stampin' Up Pastel Adhesive-Backed Sequins.
Thanks so much for hopping by! Up next is Terry Lynn.
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So pretty Tara :) Love that DSPReplyDelete
Me too! Thanks!Delete
Oh - perfect way to use that pattern of DSP - it's one that has sort of bamboozled me! I love your card! :)ReplyDelete
The DSP had me stumped as well but I think i made it work! TFSDelete
So pretty! Love the touches of red - and those bicycles are wonderful! 😊ReplyDelete
Great, clean design and the little bicycles with the flower baskets are perfect! :)ReplyDelete
Love this DSP but just didn't know how to use it...you did! TFS.ReplyDelete
So sweet! Love those little bikes, perfect way to use that pretty paper! :)ReplyDelete
Cute card. Bikes, flowers and spring go together.ReplyDelete
So looking forward to warmer temperatures!Delete
Perfect way to use that DSP - wonderful card!ReplyDelete