Yesterday I shared the first part of the two sheet wonder I made using these jazzy graphic papers. Now time to share how I finished the others.
These four were all added to with the present from Santa’s Gifts… a Christmas set that can be used all year round for cute cards if you think carefully.
And these all had the flower from the Bliss set added.
This final one I kept simple as I thought the paper did enough.
Love how these all came out. Nice and jazzy and two sheets of dsp used up!
Part of the Use them or Lose them challenge of the year is to use some of the paper I have stashed. I have been trying to use stuff from the scraps box where possible to try and work through that but there is also the mountain of uncut 12 x 12 sheets of dsp so I decided to do a one sheet wonder type project… although ended up using three sheets of DSP so I could get some variety.
I didn’t follow a osw cutting guide, instead headed over to Mojo Monday and followed a load of sketches from November and October 2015 to design the cards and cut everything up. I added two sheets of Primrose Petals cardstock, one crumb cake and one wild wasabi plus a few bits and pieces of scrap cardstock that were hanging around the desk.
Next I started assembling, embossing, die cutting and stamping… and ended up with 15 cards for the box at work!
Love how these all came out.
Entering this into the Crafty hazelnut patterned paper monthly challenge.
Not late this time, but a card handed over this weekend, this time for my gorgeous great Nephew George who turned 2 today. Once again I was using more of the Brusho backgrounds left from playing with Linda’s set. Just love the effects!
This time I used yellow and red and a little of the turquoise Brusho to create this explosion of colour. Then added the funky giraffe from the Animal stories stamp set. All of the sentiment was made using fabulous Roald Dahl letter stamps I’ve had for ages and for some reason never used. Aren’t they fabulous?
I added the panel onto some embossed card and then used a bright green card blank to keep with the funky finish. I am sure this bright explosion of a card suits this particular great nephew perfectly!
Also entering this in the “N is for number” challenge at Abc challenge blog.