A beautiful card that features the Stampin Up Share What You Love Specialty DSP that is available now in the great early release bundles.
It’s always difficult to decide which side of the DSP to use, and here is a perfect solution. The DSP is cut half way through then folded back to show off the backside. The greeting is placed over the joint of the DSP cut.
The greeting from the Love What You Do stamp set is cut out with the Stitched Shapes framelits and framed with the Pearlized Doilies. The sponging on the edge of the stitched circle really shows off the greeting.
Swap Card Designer: Lorene Yoshimura-Tanigawa
- 2017 – 2018 Annual Catalog – more ideas, and samples
Additional Cards Shared
Here are other cards I shared with this same set, click on each picture to see the original post. (This will update over time.)
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Thanks for sharing additional cards without the DSP. I received the Got to have it all bundle, but the DSP is on back order. Nice to have ideas with just using the stamp set.
Lorene M Yoshimura-Tanigawa says
OMG! That’s my card I made for the Share What You Love Swap! Thank you. All the DSP’s are all so beautiful and its a shame to hide any of them.