Well of course I couldn't make only one card, but I am entering this first one into the Challenge.
I cut the DSP to 12x24 cm since I am quite fond of square cards. I stamped the Dictionary Stamp as the background, then when I wiped off the Soft Suede Ink it filled in the background colour. To brighten it I then sponged Wisteria Wonder around the edges. The bird Punch is Wisteria Wonder and Early Espresso. I had a small strip of the leaf pattern DSP so I first stamped a leaf image with Pear Pizazz then water coloured over with the residual ink on the stamp to give a soft green backwash. The leaves are pear cardstock with additional ink on them, and the Pear Pizazz Seam binding worked will. The flowers are hand rolled spirals stamped with the dictionary stamp and there are various other little additions from my stash of Stampin Up trinkets - brads,buttons, pins, twine, foil etc. -new and retired! The sentiment is from another sale-a brat ions set- You Brighten My day, and the thankful for you script piece is from Sheltering Tree. I was really impressed with the versatility of this DSP.
more Stamped DSP:
This time it's the Dictionary stamp on The spotted paper using Tap, Tap, Tap (another favourite stamp set)
Ink colours are Coastal Cabana and Smokey Slate with some Basic Grey. Again- twine, paperclips, hardware, embossed pieces, star punch, silver foil and and silver pen accents. All products are Stampin' Up!
and the third Birthday option:
This time it's the Something Lacy Background stamped in Calypso Coral over the Striped Version of the DSP, layered over Baked Brown Sugar and Night of Navy cardstock
Then it's a scalloped tag punched from some DSP in one of the Banner creation kits, Sahara Sand lace, White Jute ribbon, Calypso Coral ribbon and buttons and the gorgeous flowers from Pictogram Punches. This one came together quite quickly in the end.
My apologies that my photography is not fabulous, but I prefer to spend my time crafting than battling with the digital things!!!
Thanks for looking, Liz