Monday, August 9, 2010

Stampin Royalty #31 Make your own dp

Hello! Happy Monday to everyone! 
Yesterday was a quiet day in the Bryant house, save for the BAM BAM BAM sounds from my husband installing wood laminate floors in our kitchen / dining area. While he was working, I got to spend some quality time in my craft room.
This card is for the challenge at Stampin Royalty, which this week is to make your own DSP. I love dsp and often base my whole card around it! So, as much fun as it was to make this card, it was challenging to start off with a blank piece of paper.
I used two Clear Dollar Stamps on this one. Plumes & Blooms for the background, and my main image is from a neat set called Air Flair.
Oh! And the best part about making this card is that I got to use my brand new super awesome, super vibrant Hybrid Ink pads from Clear Dollar Stamps! They are newly released addition to the awesome Clearly Coordinating collection of cardstock, Tombow markers, ribbons, and now Hybrid ink all perfectly matching.
Stamps: Plumes & Blooms, Air Flair (CDS)
Paper: Pucker Up (CDS), Elegant Eggplant, Whisper White
Inks: Pucker Up, Wild Huckelberry, Fresh Papaya, Spring Leaf - all from the clearly coordinating collection at Clear Dollar
Accents/Tools: Word Window, Modern label punch


Cassie said...

This is gorgeous, Christi! I do the same thing with dp. . .base my whole card around it, hehe. I'm sure it is difficult to start with a blank piece, but your custom dp is awesome! Gorgeous colors too ;D

Katie Renz said...

Love your background... and those colors are awesome!

Shanda Stirk said...

Beautiful card - it is so pretty. Your colors and design are perfect! Thanks for sharing it with us at Stampin' Royalty.

Sandra Farrell said...

Beautiful Work! Great patterned paper. Thanks for playing with us this week at Stampin' Royalty.

coldwaters2 said...

Absolutely beautiful Christi the papers, image and dragonfly all go together to make this a superb creation.
Lorraine x

Lori McCroskey said...

I love this card! Just beautiful!