Stampin' Up's Designer Series Paper is the best to help make card making a breeze. First, you have such a great selection of patterns, but the best part is that they coordinate with our inks and other accessories. That is very hard to find in the paper craft industry.
This card uses the soon-to-be retiring Tip Top Taupe Designer Series Paper. It doesn't get easier than that. I used the Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits Dies, the Falling Petals Embossing Folder and a stamped verse from the Dragonfly Dreams Stamp Set. And your card is complete.
This card is super easy. I just stamped directly on to the Designer Series Paper with Early Espresso Classic Ink. I used the beautiful Easter Message Stamp Set and the Falling in Love Designer Series Paper.
I used this paper as my main focus for projects we did last weekend at my Stamp Retreat and it was such a hit. Reminder this paper will soon be gone, as it is in the Occasions Catalog that ends on May 31, or while supplies last. I wouldn't wait to long to land this beautiful paper.
Here is another great way to add Designer Series Paper to a card. Just by adding small strip across the bottom of the card. I used the Falling in Love Designer Series Paper again, with the Very Vanilla 1/4" Satin Ribbon. It sits off the basket of flowers so nicely.
The flower basket comes from the Basket Bunch Bundle. If you have not checked out this bundle you need to. Remember once a bundle has appeared in a catalog as a bundle, it will not appear at the bundle price again. That doesn't mean the stamps and framelits will not appear in another catalog, you just won't be able to save with the bundle price.
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