Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper
It’s time for another Stamp Off with Jackie, Susan, and me. This week, we’re showing you our favorite Designer Series Paper. My blog title, of course, gives mine away – it’s the Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper (DSP)
While there are many Stampin’ Up!® DSP packs that I love, there’s always one design that I don’t care for as much as others. That’s sometimes a good thing, because when I love both sides of a sheet of DSP, it’s hard to use it and I tend to hoard it. But with the Peaceful Poppies DSP, there isn’t one design that I don’t care for as much. I love all the designs, all the colors, all the styles. So selecting that DSP pack was easy.
I had another card for this challenge, but it didn’t really showcase the DSP; there was only one small strip. I decided to let this paper do all the heavy lifting for this card. I cut the DSP to 4″ x 5-1/4″. I love the paper design with the sentiment, because it kind of looks like confetti falling, don’t you think?
After I added the paper to the Poppy Parade card base, I stamped the sentiment from the So Sentimental Stamp Set on Whisper White Cardstock. I used the Stamparatus, because I wanted to ink the stamp in Basic Black and Poppy Parade Ink. By using the Stamparatus, you can ink small areas of the stamp with Stampin’ Write Markers so you don’t accidentally mix colors. After I had it as dark as I wanted, I die-cut with the coordinating Stitched So Sweetly die. Remember – if you bundle the So Sentimental Stamp Set and Stitched So Sweetly Dies, you can save 10%. But hurry! This offer ends June 2, 2020.
I wanted one more layer under the sentiment, but I didn’t want to cover up the beautiful DSP. So I die-cut the second label from Vellum Cardstock and added it and the stamped layer to the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
All of the products on the card (except the card stock, ink, and adhesive) are from the Stampin’ Up!® January – June Mini Catalog.
I’ve been using my Stampin’ Write Markers a lot lately, and I love to use them directly to a stamp with my Stamparatus. It’s frustrating, though, when you’re missing a color. If you join my team of Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrators, you can add the Many Marvelous Markers to your starter kit and pay only $99 plus tax. And you’ll still have a little bit extra for something small. Join during Sale-a-bration (SAB), and you’ll get a mini paper cutter, DSP Sampler, and an additional stamp set of your choice. On top of all that, shipping for the starter kit is free! It’s a great deal. The $99 starter kit is available year round, but the paper cutter, DSP sampler, and extra stamp set are only available when you joing during Sale-a-bration (through March 31). Wouldn’t you love to be part of my amazing team?
Of course, if you’d rather enjoy free SAB products, you’ll earn two Level 1 or one Level 2 if you order the Many Marvelous Markers during SAB. (Add an extra product or two to bump your order to $150 for even more fun, free products!)
Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!