Today’s card stars the Rustic Harvest Designer Series paper. The gorgeous flowers and colors are a perfect fit to this time of year.
The gorgeous Rustic Harvest Designer Series Paper is so pretty. These colors are perfect for Fall but would work any time of year. One of my club ladies commented that she is never sure of the best way to use this type of paper when there is solid space. This layout seems to fit that question perfectly. Plus you can get more cards from one sheet of paper when not using nearly as large of a piece of it.
All of the colors used are pulled from this piece of DSP. Merry Merlot is the card base color and not one I seem to use very often. The Merry Merlot needed a warm and royal color to accompany it so I went with Mossy Meadow. And surprisingly the large White layer fits well. Maybe it is by pulling the white from the flowers in the DSP.
Sentiments with different fonts are a definite favorite of mine. The Biggest Wish stamp set is unique in my opinion. It has the large and bold words, like the Happy, and then the same in the smaller cursive like the birthday. It is a perfect mix and match type set with all of the most used sentiments.
Due to the fairly large open White section on the right of the sentiment layer, I knew something was needed there. The small bunch of flowers came from the Happiness Abounds stamp set. They are a different flower from the DSP but are colored the same. And since they are not adjacent to the DSP it works fine. To add a bit of bling I went with a few of the Elegant Gems as a finishing touch.
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