Thursday, January 21, 2010

Sweet Pea DSP/Thinking or You

This was such an easy card to make because it is mostly using the Sweet Pea DSP Stack in the mini.  The only stamping on it is the Thinking of You from the stamp set "Teeny Tiny Wishes" by Stampin' Up!  I also used the sketch from CPCM Tuesday sketch challenge.

I took sahara Sand cardstock, 8-1/2 X 11 and cut in half at the 5-1/2 mark and then scored at 4-1/4" mark.  It then attached a piece of old olive cardstock cut 4 X 5-1/4.  I then cut a the piece of DSP with the flowers on it up close to each of the two flowers to make it a little over 2" X 5" and cut the polka dot DSP at 2" x 5" also.  I then had a strip of so safron cardstock that was not quite an inch wide and cut it to 5" long then used the scallop trim border.  Adhered the scallop to the back of the DSP with the flowers.  Then attached both pieces to the old olive with the polka dot piece being first.  I then wraped a piece of ribbon around the DSP and Old Olive and then adhered that to the base.  I stamped the thinking of you on whisper white cardstock with classic old olive ink and then punched it out with the large oval.  Then punched out a piece of the so saffron cardstock with the scallop oval punch, attached them together and then to the card with some glue dots.  How easy is that.

Thanks for looking.

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