Monday, June 21, 2021

Fine Art Floral for my VIP 6x6 DSP Challenge

 Hello and thanks for visiting!

Todays post is about using 6x6 Designer Series Paper (DSP).  I posted a monthly challenge in my StampinTrix VIP group to create with 6x6 DSP.  To learn more about my VIP group please post a comment below or send me an email via the 'Contact Me' link in the menu bar above.

We so often fall in love with the gorgeous artwork on the 12x12 DSP, that it can be difficult to cut up the paper and use it.  So, I created a challenge to do just that.  How many cards can you get from one piece of 6x6 DSP?  Here are my cards.  I chose to do two sets and use two separate 6x6 pieces, because the 12x12 was a fabulous painting, it looked like a garden scene.   A Stampin' Up!® artist created the painting first and then the paper came from that.  No two sections of 6x6 were the same.  Please click here, Lesley's StampinTrix FB page to see how the cards came together.

Please sign up for my Newsletter.   While supplies last, I'm giving away a stack of retired 6x6 DSP for those who live in Canada as a little thank you gift :)

And here's the cards with the 1st piece of 6x6:


2nd piece pf 6x6:

I created these cards on my Lesley's #makeacardsendacard Saturday FB live.  Please join my FB live in July, leave a comment &/or share and I will put your name into the draw to win the cards I make during the FB live (draw available for Canadian viewers :)   

*****Remember the Fine Art Floral DSP is retiring at the end of June.  Click here, Lesley's Online Store to shop for this fabulous paper now.  *****The Last Chance Products Sale offers many fantastic retiring products, some at discounted prices.   Please use the June 2021 Host Code (found on the top right side bar) if you spend $60 or more and I will send you a little thank you gift in the mail in July.   

Enjoy and have a super day!

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