Hello stampers and happy Friday to you. If you are like most stampers and scrapbookers, you love patterned paper. The problem is you love it too much and hoard it and forget to use it on your cards. Today I am going to show you a great card that showcases the beautiful coordination of our patterned paper. This is the fourth card in my Virtual Coffee and a Card class for December.
Patterned Paper Coordination
Playing with patterned paper is like playing with fabric. Did you know that I used to sew quite a lot when my children were small? My girls only wore dresses that I made for them; most of them with big bows tied in the back. That is why I still love tying bows. This card shows just how beautiful our pretty paper is. When you see the short form dsp, that stands for designer series paper. The reason it is called that is that our paper is designed by in house artists at the Stampin’Up! home office. Sometimes it is even hand painted designs!
Closeup of the Details
Here you can see a closeup of all the pretty details in this Wishes & Wonder card. I love the stitched detail, the whimsical deer and of course the North Pole postmark stamp. The paper is called ‘Tis The Season.
Wishes & Wonder
For my virtual coffee and a card class I am making a card each week with a YouTube live video. You can still sign up to get the card kit mailed to you for only $25 for the month. If you want to purchase the stamp set or the bundle you can do that online using the host code so that it will be shipped straight to your door. If you don’t like the idea of ordering online, I can order it for you but then it will get to you in the middle of December or possibly later. One option would be to send it along with the January Virtual Coffee and a Card kit.
Thanks so much for joining me today. Tomorrow will be my virtual Cozy Christmas Online Retreat. I am really excited about this new venture. If it goes well I will definitely do another one in February featuring some great saleabration items. Monday I fly to Holland to join my love again for a few weeks. If you want to send happy mail be sure to do is as soon as possible! For the details, check out this blog post.
I hope you have a super day.