• Donna Biderman

Simple Stamping with Fine Art Floral DSP

The Fine Art Floral designer series paper is so gorgeous that you barely need anything else. Here I did Sunday Simple Stamping #simplestamping #sundaysimplestamping to create this beautiful card in minutes.

Okay, I cheated on the simple stamping just a little - I cut the sentiment out with a die. But you can just cut it by hand.

I cut out the flowers from one of the Fine Art Floral DSPs by hand, layered it on basic white and cut again (to create a larger white border. These designer series papers papers are so beautiful and can be used so many different ways. I stamped the sentiment, speckled the paper, and cut out with a die, although you can cut it by hand.

Recipe: ; thick basic white, basic white, and real red cardstocks; Fine Art Floral designer series paper; Forever Fern stamp set; tuxedo black and old olive inks; white twine (from the Snail Mail twine pack); liquid glue and Stampin' dimensionals; paper snips; and trimmer.

Ingredients: Cut a piece of thick basic white in half horizontally, score in half again, and fold in half to create a card base. Cut a piece of Fine Art Floral DSP to 5.25x4" and adhere on the card base with liquid glue.

Cut a piece of basic white to 2.5x4". Wrap a piece of white twine around the basic white strip, adhere to the DSP, and tie a bow in the twine. Cut a flower (or two!) from the DSP. I wanted a thicker white border, so I adhered it to a piece of basic white and cut around it again. Place on the basic white strip and twine using Stampin' dimensionals.

Stamp your sentiment from Forever Fern with tuxedo black on a piece of basic white and cut around it with paper snips or a trimmer (I used the Tasteful Labels dies - oops). I speckled it with a stamp from Forever Fern and old olive ink. Adhere to a piece of real red cardstock and cut around it. Adhere to the top right with liquid glue.

That's it for this simple stamping card! If you try it please tag me. Drop a comment below. Thanks for spending some time with me!

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