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Lovely Lily Pad Get Well Soon Card – DSP #18

Welcome to today’s blog – A lovely lily pad card using the negatives from last weeks project

Hi and welcome to another Designer Series Paper episode, we are on number 18 of this series today and I am using both the Lovely Lily Pad Stamp set and the Lily Impressions DSP as well as the Sending you Thoughts stamp set. All three products used are FREE Sale-a-bration 2020 items.

I used the negative pieces left over from last week’s DSP#16 Project

I decided to use Pool Party as the card base and blackberry bliss and mossy meadow for my stamping colours.


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For the sentiments I used the Sending You Thoughts stamp set which is a FREE item with a £45 spend.

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Instructions and Measurements:

Card Base and Layers
Card base is 4 1/8″ x 5 7/8″
DSP Matt Layer 2″ x 5 7/8″

I like how we can make lovely cards using remaining cut of pieces of DSP used in previous projects.

I stamped some of the lily images direct on to the card base and also the stitched square shape section.

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YouTube Tutorial – DSP #18 Lovely Lily Pad Get Well Soon Card

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