Hi Everyone! This week we have another product challenge going, Designer Series Paper! I challenged the design team to do something DIFFERENT with DSP, not just sticking a piece on a card in the usual way…how is THAT for obscure? I’m impressed with the results though!
Enter more than one project if you get a chance, the more the merrier! If you do not have a blog to post your card on, you can use a free photo hosting site like Photobucket, or just email me the photo and I’ll post it for you! Jump in with both feet! We’re going to have random prizes on some weeks too so you NEVER KNOW when you might be in the running for some stamping goodies too!!! I’ve got to have at least 5 entries in a week before I’m going to offer up a prize though! Now, lets get on to the details of the challenge….
1: Choose a card or project that inspires you
2: Create your own Project
3: Load your project online somewhere, or email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and mention who on my design team inspired you.
4: Link your project below by clicking on the frog, which will take you to the link site.
5: Links close Thursday September 13th at 10am. Winners will be posted later on September 13th
For my card this week, I used the DSP as the base card. Normally regular DSP is too thin to do this, and it must be used as a layer on card stock, HOWEVER, in the new Candlelight Christmas DSP set, you get two sheets of this GORGEOUS flocked Window Sheet! Not only is it DSP, and sturdy enough for a card base but it’s see through. I’m really excited with how this card turned out. I’ve got a photo of the inside as well so you can see how you can “hide” what is inside by lining up your layers.
Carolyn used a piece of DSP and pleated it up like a ribbon to use it as a dimensional embellishment:
Sarah used the Be of Good Cheer DSP and made a “starburst” background:
Alison made this gorgeous origami ornament using the Be of Good Cheer DSP:
Sharlene made these cute little treat pouches that can hang on the tree:
Tracey is taking this week off to revamp and reorganize her craft studio, so her next submissions will be well worth waiting for!
Now, click on that little froggie below to link up your submission, I can’t wait to see what you come up with!