What a lot of creativity this week for our “Let the DSP do the Talking” cards
Our first entry (above) was from the lovely Karen McClure of karamiasu.blogspot.com What a simple but very effective card I absolutely love this – and the colours go with your little buddha
Entry 2 was from the lovely Heather Forgan of www.stampwithnellie.com A very great idea on the use of the DSP, imagine how many cards you could make from a 6×6 or even a 12×12 sheet. Thanks for the inspiration Heather.:)
Entry 3 – Just wow Victoria, I have personally struggled with this DSP sheet and wow, you’ve made the card look awesome. Thanks for entering and thanks for the inspiration. Check her out at www.vickieloudesigns.blogspot.com
Entry 4 was my own entry using It Starts with Art Designer Series Paper and a few of my stamp sets. I love the crushed curry with the black. You can find the tutorial for this card here https://smithscraftycreations.com/2019/11/21/snow-front-card-crushed-curry/
Entry 5 is from another of my team colleagues and friend Natalie Arnold. Natalie doesn’t have a website and is more of a face to face demonstrator – I do love this card and how you utilised the negative shape to make a tag! Just wonderful.
Entry 6 is from a lovely lady called Karen Jane Tilley from Blackpool. I met Karen last year at Telford OnStage and we have kept in touch since _ gosh I just love our big happy SU family lol. Beautiful DSP Karen and beautiful use of it on your cards. Check Karen’s website out at www.tilleykrafts.co.uk Karen is also now doing YouTube Tutorials.
I hope you like today’s cards from my wonderful crafty friends.
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