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Card Making Challenge – create your own DSP

Welcome to Week 30 Card Making Challenge – create your own DSP

Hi and welcome to another blog post to showcase all of the Week 30 Card Making Challenge entries. This challenge was for participants to ” create your own DSP “. I can tell everyone had so much fun on this challenge – as did I seeing all of the lovely submissions. Now these are all showcased below, in no particular order. You should all be so very proud of yourselves – great work !

Janice Thomson – JazzleDazzleCrafts.com

Janice, what a lovely array of fantastic stamping. You are such an inspiration to many crafters and fellow demonstrators out there. The backgrounds are absolutely stunning. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

Rachel Gillespie – Mama G’s Cards

Well what can I say about my one of my team ladies, our Rachel. I’m so proud of all of your background stamping. You have done an amazing job on all of these cards and I think you may have found your forte. Thank you so much for submitting your cards for this challenge.

Karen McClure – Karamiasu.blogspot.com

My team friend Karen created a beautiful background. She has also shown us many ways to use the pattern on her card making too. Thank you so much for joining in. I love your creations.

Karen Jane Tilley – Tilleykrafts.co.uk

Some more beautifully stamped backgrounds from Karen. I was lucky enough to receive one of these cards in the mail too! You are so kind! Isn’t it amazing how we can just stamp randomly and create such beautiful patterns? I think so too. Well done and thanks for sharing this week.

Helen Chandler – HelensHeartCreations.com

Well, what a beautiful pattern made using the Thoughtful Blooms stamp set. Helen I love your choice of colours, and in particular, how you have incorporated some layer to your background. That little punch is so handy isn’t it? I agree too! Thank you so much my lovely, I know you are a busy lady and am thankful you managed to take part this week.

Heather Forgan – StampwithNellie.blogspot.com

What stunning backgrounds Heather and in particular how pretty you have made the green colour themed pattern. I love your little pen gift box too. In fact, you’re inspiring me to get more creative and do more 3d projects. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

Elaine Thomson Smith – Elaine Smith Designs (ThePetalPumpkin.wordpress.com)

Elaine what fun backgrounds you have made I haven’t seen this stamp set in a while. Perfect for any dinosaur fan and so much fun too. It is amazing how gorgeous and unique you have made your cards thank you so much for joining in. Great colour choices too!

Tricia Smith – SmithsCraftyCreations.Com

Well, what can I say about my own backgrounds? They are inspired by one of our DSP papers in the peaceful poppies suite. So many co-ordinating colours to choose from. In particular, when transferring them to actual handmade cards. I really enjoyed this challenge.

Thank you so much everyone for taking part – I don’t think I’ve missed anyone. If I have let me know and I’ll add you in. Enjoy and thanks for visiting my blog today.


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YouTube Tutorial – Week 30 Create your own DSP

I have linked my tutorial below on how I made my gorgeous DSP. A one off creation that is both unique and bespoke.

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4 thoughts on “Card Making Challenge – create your own DSP”

    1. Thank you Karen, You’re a great part of this lovely crafty group, I so appreciate you sharing your creativity and sharing with others x

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