Tuesday, August 7, 2012

SUOC51 Color Blocking with DSP

Today on Stampin' Up Only Challenges, we are making projects with all the wonderful designer series papers options Stampin' Up offers.  And how can you not love them, when they coordinate so beautifully with the card stock and embellishments?

There are a few ways to really showcase a pack of DSP, and one is to use little scraps to make some color blocking patterns.  All these pieces come from the same pack, and don't they work beautifully together?

I thought the dahlia would work as a cute little blossom in the branch.

Stamps: Betsy's Blossoms; Paper: Lucky Limeade, Rich Razzleberry, Very Vanilla, Floral District DSP; Ink: Lucky Limeade, Rich Razzleberry; Accessories: In Color Dahlias, Brights buttons, White baker's twine, Square Lattice EF, Big Shot, Sewing machine, Thread.

Thanks for stopping by!


Jen Timko said...

I love your color blocking Heidi!! How awesome...going to CASE with my scraps! The stitching is perfect here as is the dahlia.

Rita said...

Love it! What a great way to use up scraps! I'm totally pinning it as I have way too many scraps and need ideas to use them! :) Thanks!

Robin Messenheimer / Robin's Craft Room said...

This is a stunning way to show off this paper - and you've done it so perfectly with that gorgeous stitching!

Laura said...

Wow!! I found you on scs and thought I would make a visit to your blog. I will have to put this card on my to do list. Love it!!