Stampin’ Up! UK Demonstrator Pootles – Pretty Petals Layered Card
I love to work with DSP, you all know that. I find it hard to choose which is a favourite, as they’re all so beautiful in their own unique ways, but I think this one has become one of my most used and go to papers.
That’s the name, and that definitely is what it is!
I know some people find it hard to use DSP on a card, and in fact we had a conversation about it in my facebook group a few weeks ago. My rule of thumb is that if the pattern is pale/small/regular, then I can get away with it being a full background. If it’s detailed and ‘busy’ then I prefer to use it as small paneled sections.
And that’s pretty much what I have done here with Basic Black to offset each piece and attached to the button.
Is DSP something you find hard to use on a card?
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Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator
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