• Donna Biderman

New Fine Art Floral DSP Makes Amazing Cards Easy!

I pulled out the new Fine Art Floral designer series paper for the first time and oh my - such WOW cards so quickly and easily! No wonder people love it. This is the first card I made - but it certainly won't be the last.

Did you see my post on saving paper, posted yesterday? I did it again here. I didn't want to lose all that glorious brushed gold, so after I cut the brushed gold to the size I wanted, I looked through my dies and found a large one. I die cut the middle of the brushed gold out. No one can tell that the paper is die cut because both sides are covered - the back with the rococo rose and the front with the DSP.

I will save that gorgeous die cut for another project - I am sure you will see it soon. (Die cut with Ornate Layers.)

Such a quick card

Ingredients: Rococo rose, brushed gold, whisper white and vellum cardstocks; Fine Art Floral designer series paper; tuxedo black ink pad; oval punch and postage stamp punch; pearl basic gems; liquid glue and Stampin' dimensionals; Stampin' Cut and Emboss machine; trimmer.

Recipe: I cut rococo rose cardstock to 8.5x5.5 and folded in half to create a regular 5.5x4.25 card. I cut a piece of brushed gold to 5.25x4 and (after die cutting out the center) adhered it to the rococo rose with liquid glue. Then I cut one of the gorgeous Fine Art Floral DSPs to 5x3.75 and layered on top. I cut a piece of vellum to 4.75x1.75 and tore two sides. I adhered it to the Fine Art Floral DSP by using liquid glue on a sponge. (Did you know that if you use only a little liquid glue applied with a sponge it does not show through vellum, particularly if layered on patterned paper?)

I stamped Thinking of You from Blossoms in Bloom in tuxedo black on white cardstock and cut with an oval punch, then layered it on a piece of rococo rose cut with the postage stamp punch. I layered the sentiment on the vellum using Stampin' dimensionals. A couple of pearl basic gems and the card is done.

So easy. So gorgeous. If you make it please tag me so that I can see it.

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