Sunday, 11 March 2018

CTC#169 - Sale A Bration Papers are the star

Hello and welcome back to me! I've been away for 2 weeks on holiday and had a great time, but now I'm back and I have to say I did miss my craft desk a little. 
This week's card use the fabulous new DSP which is on offer in the second release of Sale A Bration products. It's white and thick and glossy with a foil print and is perfect for colouring. I have used the inspiration pictures from page 3 of the little brochure and coloured two panels of the card.
The first is with Dapper Denim, and some fussy cut elements as well as vellum leaves.

The second uses blushing bride and Flirty Flamingo in an ombre look and the labels panel of woodgrain stamped using the beautiful Heartfelt Blooms. The copper dots in this card really stand out against the pink, and the Celebrate is Sponged also and raised up on a few layers of Early Espresso, coated with Tin- Tip glue for a glossy highlight.

next this week is Mel
and before me is Angela

Don't forget we'd love to see what you create using any of the  same inspiration pages in the
 Sale - a-bration catalogues.

 I hope you have a creative week and remember, 

"don't just post online,
 post something pretty!"
cheers, Liz


  1. Hope you had a great trip! Two lovely cards!

  2. The Dapper Denim looks stunning with the foils DSP - what a brilliant combination! I love both your cards, but I'm really taken with the blue!!

    1. yes I'll be devastated to say goodbye to Dapper Denim

  3. Elizabeth I love your Dapper Denim card. Stunning! xxx

  4. I love your ombre's and colouring of DSP. They look lovely!

    1. Two gorgeous cards Liz! I love the look of that flower stamp on the woodgrain DSP.

  5. Liz, I am so in love with this new speciality designer series paper, love that you have colour it in as I have not tried this yet.

  6. Gorgeous cards Liz, I'm looking forward to my paper arriving soon!


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