Sneak Peek - Going Places DSP & Going Global Series - Part 4

Monday, December 21, 2015


Black & Delightful Dijon with a touch of Tip Top Taupe is what I used to create two pocket scrapbooking cards with this card. If you've missed the last three posts, I mentioned that each time I make a card, I would use up the scraps from creating the card to come up with my own pocket scrapbooking cards. The one on the left I can write on the black banner with the white uni-ball Gel Pen. And I can leave the rest as is, add a 2 x 2 photo, or stamp something on it later.   


So let's look at the card itself.

I figured there was enough black, so I used my Tip Top Taupe Stampin' Write Marker to fill in some spots on the compass stamp since there was a bit of that colour in the black star map/chart.


Isn't the heart sentiment a great design. I love how the word "greatest" continues and forms the shape of the heart to punch out with the "Sweetheart Punch".

Here is the side view.


For the inside, I messed up. If you look closely you can see that I attached the inside, up side down! The dipper is upside down. I wanted the heavier stamp (the compass) at the bottom...


Two more of the "Going Places" DSP cards to go. Some time in the future I would like to just use cardstock and the "Going Global" stamp set. So watch for them to come a while down the road.



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