The project I have to share to do is a bit of a different look for me.  This one uses the large card front size die in the Two Tone Flora Die set.   The unusual part is that I don’t generally use those large dies, and that I used DSP as the paper for it.


Stampin' Up!, Two Tone Flora Dies, Fancy Flora DSP, Art Gallery, Jackie Beers


This full size die is beautiful.  And as I mentioned, quite different for me.  I love the look, but do not think to use these.  In this instance, the DSP was what prompted it.  And this Die has so much gorgeous detail that it would work with anything.


The DSP is the Fancy Flora Designer Series Paper.  While I was sorting through it to pick a layer, I had the large die on my desk.  Looking at the paper and then the Die was like a commercial of bumping into each other and the mix working. Since it was a floral die, I pulled color from the DSP piece to choose the other colors.  The strip for the sentiment is the opposite side of this DSP piece.

Stamps and Finishes

With the Die and the paper, the stamp set was the least of the products on this card.  But this simple sentiment is from the Art Gallery stamp set.  To finish everything I added a scattering of the 2021-2023 Opal Dots.  These are the outgoing In Colors.  So I mixed some of the Evening Evergreen ones with a few of the Pale Papaya and love the result.  This card uses very little in the number of products and would work with any DSP!


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