Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Dandy Garden DSP background

 Some DSP's are more challenging to work with than others, and that was the case with the Dandy Garden DSP.

And a challenge is a challenge, so here is the outcome

The background was created using the Tailor's Tag punch and select patterns from the Dandy Garden DSP - mainly the patterns featuring the Misty Moonlight and Bumblebee colours.

These punched pieces were adhered to a piece of Misty Moonlight card stock leaving a small border between them - creating a mosaic pattern.  This was matted with a Whisper White layer which was then adhered to a Misty Moonlight card base.

In the center was placed one of the elements from Dandy laser cut paper, which was embossed with gold embossing powder.  In the center of this was add a die cut circle of Misty Moonlight with a sentiment white embossed on it.  

Off to the side is a layered  Dragonfly, the larger image punched with the Dragonflys punch from the Dandy Garden DSP.  The small lacy image was from the Dandy Laser Cut Paper.  These 2 layers were adhered together at the body of this insect.

In the center was added some 3/8" Misty Moonlight ribbon, and a bow made with the same ribbon was added to the left side of the central circle.

To finish the card, some gold metallic gems were added in the center of the card and to the upper right.

Supplies Used:

Stamp:  Dragonfly Garden

Inks:  Versa Mark

Papers:  Misty Moonlight, Whisper White, Dandy Garden DSP, Dandy Laser Cut Paper

Accessories:  Tailor's Tag punch, Dragonflies punch, Layered Circle dies, 3/8" Misty Moonlight ribbon, Gold embossing powder.m

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