Stamping on Designer Series Paper

Today’s card was inspired by some cards created by Patty and Cindee, fellow Stampin’ Up!® demonstrators. It’s not even really a CASE (copy and selectively edit) of their cards, but I was definitely inspired by the technique they used. The technique involves stamping on Designer Series Paper (DSP), also referred to as patterned paper, then fussy cutting it out to create the focal element for the card. Since you’re stamping on DSP, all the coloring is already done for you!

Mel's Card Corner | Stamping on DSP

Mel's Card Corner | Stamping on DSP

For more detailed instructions and tips on how to create this project, download the inspiration sheet.

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Until next time …

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6 comments

  1. Eva Dobilas says:

    This is so beautiful Melissa! Absolutely love your coloring and this IS my favorite flower currently! Thank you so much for playing along with us at SU Only Challenges!!!

  2. Lindsey M-P says:

    Your flower looks beautiful on this patterned paper! (I am trying to decide whether I’d rather avoid colouring or fussy-cutting though, lol.) Really like the clean design, too. Thanks for linking this up at Seize the Birthday!

  3. Julia Quinn says:

    I love this flower on the DSP – this is the absolute BEST way that I’ve seen this DSP used!! Awesome card. and beautifully finished. This really is an awesome flower stamp set, and totally perfect for our challenge this time. So glad you joined in the fun with us at SUO Challenges

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