Happy Saturday, stampers! I used this week's SOTW to make these cards, which showcase the delightful Playing With Patterns DSP. I don't know why I hadn't used this DSP yet, but it wasn't until making the card for this morning's CCM Saturday Hop using this paper, I realized how neat it really is!
The first card, shown above, is a simple stamping card perfect for a beginning stamper. The greeting was stamped on a 1-1/4" x 2" piece of Basic White. After adhering the two pieces of DSP to the Crushed Curry card base, the greeting was popped up on dimensionals. Super simple and cute!
The next slightly-stepped-up card has a strip of Night of Navy next to the striped Crushed Curry DSP, and N.O.N. was also used as a mat behind the greeting. The mat measures 1-1/2" x 2-1/4". That extra contrast with the navy makes things pop a bit more.
The last card uses the same cardstock and DSP, but I added some of the "bubble pops" (I don't know what else to call them!) from the Pattern Play stamp set to the DSP circles (Night of Navy, Crushed Curry, and Highland Heather ink used).
The greeting was die cut using the Tasteful Labels Dies and a Night of Navy stitched banner was added behind it to make it really stand out!
To top it all off, some Playing With Patterns Resin Dots were added to the label. So which one do you prefer - the simple to make one at the top, the more elaborate one at the bottom, or the "in between" one?