Botanical Buttlerfly DSP
I still get amazed with how beautiful this SAB DSP is for each and every pattern. Since I knew I wanted to use this again, I let the paper guide today’s creation. See my #GDP191 entry here, for whichI just happened to earn an honorable mention. I am truly honored!
When I saw the following design for this week’s challenge, I knew I was going back to this wonderful DSP!
Here’s the challenge card:
Here’s my card:
Do You See What I CAS’d?
First, the white background mat, although I used the Subtle TIEF to emboss the mat.
Second, my sentiment is in the same position.
Third, I used the blue and yellow colors as inspiration for the DSP and mats.
Fourth, I used three pearls instead of the three enamel dots. I know what you are thinking ~~ where did I get the Daffodil Delight colored pearls? Those are the white SU pearls which I colored using the Stamping Blends. That was more fun than I thought it would have been! Try it, you’ll love changing the pearls to match your project.
Fifth, instead of the banner, I used a whole panel of the gorgeous butterfly DSP matted in Basic Black. I really like the way the Basic Black makes the DSP pop right off the card.
What I Used…..
The Botanical Butterfly DSP is the star, of course. The colors on the card are Balmy Blue and Daffodil Delight. The sentiment is from the Butterfly Gala photopolymer stamp set. There are also dimensionals popping up the sentiment.
All the elements of this card came together pretty quickly, and it was all because of the gorgeous DSP. Slowly but surely I am working my way through the fantastic prints.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Have a Peachy day!