Today’s post is is a simple card that I made using leftover pieces had laying around on my table and decided to use them on a card rather than pitching them out. Since the leftover pieces were cut from the Eclectic Layers #143774 Thinlits from Stampin Up, I used the mosaic piece to cuet the window from the layer and used a scrap of the now retired Naturally Eclectic DSP behind the panel and then added the floral and leaf embellishments. The sentiment is from a Paper Pumpkin stamp set and stamped on a Pretty Label #143715 punched piece. I think I did a fine job creating a treasure from what would have been trash.
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The card layout that I used on today’s card has been trending on Pinterest and Stampin Up blogs so I decided to give it a try myself. I textured the base layer with the Layered Leaves #143704 Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. The now retired Naturally Eclectic DSP was angled and then I added a double daisy punched from the Daisy Punch #143713. The sentiment was stamped on the Classic Label #141491 using the now retired [but still a favorite] Teeny Tiny Wishes.
The Naturally Eclectic patterned paper works perfectly with the Eclectic Layers #143774 Thinlits but is now retired from Stampin Up. I used blender pens to color in the segments of the diamond and stamped the sentiment from the now retired You’re Priceless stamp set and cut them apart to center above the diamond.
Here is a second design that I used using the Eclectic Layers Thinlits, the Naturally Eclectic DSP and the You’re Priceless Stamp set.
Today’s post is another card that showcases how the paper does it all! The background paper is from the now retired Naturally Eclectic DSP collection from Stampin Up. I added the butterfly from the retired Watercolor Wings stamp set and the sentiment is from the now retired Sweet Cupcake stamp set and the coordinating Cupcake Cut Out Framelits.
What I truly love about pretty paper is that it can stand alone and make a beautiful card. The case in point is today’s card featuring the gorgeous paper from the now retired Naturally Eclectic DSP collection from Stampin Up. I added a ribbon (my second love behind paper) and the sentiment from the Barn Door #145865 stamp set stamped onto a Stitched Shapes #145372 piece and matted on a Starburst #143717 mat.
I had been wanting to use the now retired Naturally Eclectic DSP from Stampin Up but never got around to it until now. I paired it with the now retired Your Priceless stamp set. The diamond was cut using the Eclectic Layers Thinlits #143774. I loved how this turned out and went to town using up the other patterns in the Naturally Eclectic DSP so stay tuned.
Today’s post is a sweet spring card featuring Stampin Up’s Naturally Eclectic DSP #144185. For the sweet little bunny, I used the Daisy #143713 punch for the ears and the 3/4 inch circle #119873 and the 1 ” circle #119868 punches for the bunnies body. I assembled the bunny and place him on the Oval Stitched Shapes #145372 Framelits. The sentiment is from the Basket Bunch retired stamp set.
The Naturally Eclectic DSP from Stampin Up is the star of these 2 cards. Cammie paired the DSP with the You’re Priceless #143760 photo polymer stamp set and the coordinating Eclectic Layers Thinlits #143774 to create cards for all the priceless gems and jewels in her life. These cards most certainly show how brilliant they really are!