Have you ever purchased the most beautiful Designer Paper and just can't bring yourself to cut into it? That's exactly how I've felt for months now with the paper you see below:
It almost hurt to cut through it. Isn't it beautiful? It was really hard for me to get a great photo because the DSP is actually a "window sheet" adorned with red flocking. It feels so soft! The DSP is called "Candlelight Christmas Specialty Designer Paper". I'll let you take a guess as to how I glued it on without any glue showing through...think about it as you look. Take a closer peek at the flocking:
It really didn't take much to make this card elegant. That's why I thought Jennifer's sketch was perfect:
I first added 2 strips of Very Vanilla Seam Binding Ribbon around the bottom of my DSP layer. My little ornament was created with the Ornament Keepsakes image inked in Pool Party. I added a stamped center from the 25 & Counting Stamp Set, cut with the 1" Circle Punch and popped up with a Stampin' Dimensional. I added a few Pearl Jewels and tied a bow using Baker's Twine.
I added Mini Glue Dots under the Seam Binding Ribbon and notice the trio of Pearl Jewels at the top on the DSP? I hid a Mini Glue Dot under each pearl! Clever huh!
Hope you join in on the challenge. See you tomorrow for "Merchandise Monday"!
- Cardstock: Real Red, Very Vanilla
- Tools: Big Shot Machine, Holiday Ornaments Framelit Dies, 1" Circle Punch, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin' Dimensionals
- Inks: Real Red, Pool Party
- DSP: Candlelight Christmas
- Accessories: Pearl Jewels, Bakers Twine
- Stamps: 25 & Counting, Ornament Keepsakes