As much as I love to make my own cards, I somehow struggle to readily use DSP (Designer Series Paper). Then I’ll spot another project on Pinterest featuring some and I’ll think to myself, I must use some of that paper next time!
That’s how the background of this card was born. This gorgeous DSP comes from the fabulous Pop of Pink Speciality DSP.
To take advantage of my blank black and white canvas, I cut bright floral shapes using the Flourish Thinlits Dies from bermuda bay, mint macaron, melon mambo and rich razzleberry cardstock, with a few metallic accents cut from silver foil sheets.
I adhered my banner to my card front with dimensionals, and assembled my flourish cut outs beneath it.
To finish, I tied some thick whisper white baker’s twine around my card front, attached my DSP card front to a whisper white mat and then to a Bermuda bay card base. Fabulous card for a fabulous friend 😘😘