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February 6, 2013

Tea for Two DSP

I am not sure what this type of card is called but it's super quick and easy and the results can be very different depending on the DSP you use.  This is the Tea for two DSP fomr the new Seasonal Mini.

These card are made using four pieces of DSP, cut simultaneously in a stack into four pieces of varying sizes.  The pieces are then shuffled around to reform the original shape but it is made up of four different patterns.  These are then snailed onto a card front and embellished.  Confused?  Yeah, I was too.  Maybe some pics will help.

A 'portrait version'...

...embellished with one of the Beautiful Wings butterflies.

And another...

...embellished with a Designer Builder Brad from the new Mini.  I love the effect of the epoxy bubble over the centre.

And here's a landscape version...

...embellished with one of the many sentiments from Bring on the Cake and an Itty Bitty punched flower.

And lastly...

...a simple embellishment using one of our new Framelits called Hearts a Flutter.  You can find this beautiful Framelits set on page 11 of our new Seasonal catalogue, along with its co-ordinating stamp set.

Thanks for stopping by!


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