Serene Scenery Designer Series Paper Stack

Serene Scenery Designer Series Paper Stack by Stampin’ Up!

I’ve cut up some DSP! Gasp, shock, horror! Those of you who follow my blog will know that this is a rare thing! I seem to have an aversion to cutting into pretty paper. I wanted to use Serene Scenery Designer Series Paper Stack by Stampin’ Up! as soon as I saw this sketch by the lovely Sarah Berry. Sarah has started up her own weekly sketch challenge Strawberry Sketches.

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I started with the leaves pattern from Serene Scenery. One side of this DSP is a photograph or a photo-realistic style design and the other is the usual pretty patterned DSP. I really like the photographic designs and so that is what I chose for my card for Sarah’s challenge. Actually I made five in total – I got a bit carried away! Ha ha ha!

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I made my first card using a Garden Green card front. It was only when I looked at the front of the DSP stack again I realised the green used is Old Olive. Although, I don’t think it matters which green you use for this photo design.

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I decided to make another four cards using a few of the colours in the DSP stack: Old Olive, Island Indigo and Crumb Cake.

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I love these grasses and dandelion prints!

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And this seashore print is lovely, although I am not sure if it is a photo or a painted design.

Well that’s it from me. Do go and check out Sarah’s challenge! It would be even better if you joined in too! 🙂

Comments

  1. Love, Love love these cards! I was a tad bit disappointed in the Scenic Scenery DSP when I got it, the photos are too “closeup” for my taste but you have used them brilliantly! Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Love what you have done with this amazing DSP. I still can’t decide how to use mine…

  3. Hi Tracy! I love how you’ve made so many cards but all so different using one pack of paper. It’s certainly a great pack to own. Love your take on my sketch, thanks for playing along! X

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