Rooted in Nature Goes Pink

It’s hard to say what Stampin’ Up! product I love the most but right up at the top of the list has to be the Designer Series Paper (DSP). First of all it’s always so beautiful. The photos in the catalog hardly do it justice. The inspiration for a card usually starts with a piece of DSP and it’s easy to pick out the colors for a card. Just use the colors in the paper. I often find combinations that might not have occurred to me. Like this one below. It’s certainly not traditional colors when you think of stamping leaves but I love how it turned out.


Miraculously it missed hitting my daughter’s car which was parked right next to the truck. The police called someone with the city who came and cut and moved what was blocking the street. Then it was up to my daughter and son-in-law to call a tree service to remove the rest of the tree. It actually took them 2 days to get it done as they were being so very careful not to cause more damage to the truck.  The tree was completely cut down. Several weeks and several thousand dollars later he has his truck back from the body shop. This could have been so much worse.
Stamp & Scrap Creative Escape
Don’t forget to register for the first ever Stamp & Scrap Creative Escape. Sandy and I are making lots of plans, designing and creating, and getting lots of registrations already. The early bird discounted fee is good through September 3rd so get yours in. See previous post for all of the details.
Have a blessed Sunday

2 Responses to “Rooted in Nature Goes Pink”

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  1. Mary Morel says:

    Wow! Yes…it could’ve been much, much worse!

    I do love this Bundle you used in this post! Looking forward to today’s Workshop

  2. Debi says:

    I love leaves of all colors. Very pretty card.

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