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Friday, May 29, 2009

All Ovals, All Holidays and Designer Series paper organizer

Before I head off for my day of doctors appointments and hair cuts and girls scout trip (wonderful day off right?)...I thought I would start the day with these cards! These were really easy cards made simple by our beautiful Designer Series Paper! It takes all the guess work out of it!
First up is this awesome fathers day card. I always struggle with masculine cards, I have a hard time with them...I decided to go check out what was in my Designer Paper bin and found some scraps of Urban Garden so I used that, then stamped the Happy Fathers Day from the All Holidays set I got FREE as my reward during Sale-A-Bration this year! Yep I said I got it FREE! Actually this year I was able to choose 5 stamp sets of any price for FREE! It is GOOD to be a demonstrator! :) I finished up this with a scrap of Kiwi kiss ribbon! The designer series paper sampler is PERFECT for cards like these! Don't miss out on getting one for endless possiblities for your projects!

This one uses the Bella Rose Designer Series Paper. It is so beautiful and one of my favorites. I used a 4x4 piece of the paper and cut a strip of Kiwi Kiss cardstock for the top and used my Eyelet Border punch along the bottom of that piece. Tied some Riding Hood Red taffeta ribbon around the top and finished off with the All Ovals Stamp set along with my Lg Oval and new Scalloped Oval punch!
Here is a close up of the All Ovals Stamp set. I stamped it in Riding Hood Red and punched it out with the Lg Oval then put some crystal effects over the butterfly and words. You may have to click on the picture to get the full effect

Last but not least I wanted to share with you something I did last weekend when I was cleaning up my office and work area. I had a mess of Designer Series paper on my table. I have paper keepers like this one all over but I am always in a hurry and just leave them when I am done. So I came up with this! I am so excited..Ia m not claiming this is my original I prob ally seen it somewhere and stored it in the back of my brain somewhere for future use! Who knows! But anyway I felt like a genius!

Here is what I did. I took the cardboard insert that comes with the designer series paper and punched our the information on the back with my 1 3/4 in circle punch. then I took some sticky strip and adhered it to the top! Hopefully the the picture gives you a good idea...if not let me know and I can explain more!

Have a blessed day!


Anonymous said...

Darcie - What a GREAT idea for organizing the DS papers - I LOVE it!
Carol Bush

Sandi said...

Great idea Darcie!! Now if I can just get my DSP out of the package, I will be good to go. I am so unorganized that my DSP usually stays in the wrapper until I get down to scraps -- never makes it to the organizer. LOL
However, I have started to write down the colors on the back of each pkg. of DSP with a black marker as soon as I take it out of the box, as I hate having to look it up on my cheat sheet or in the Idea Book while I'm in the middle of designing. Love your blog!!