The Share What You Love Specialty DSP is unusual and classy. Are you ready for a new color combination? I was surprised by the beauty of Petal Pink, So Saffron and Crumb Cake. It’s probably enhanced by the pearlized finish of the paper. Aren’t the colors yummy?

By Su Mohr for GDP139; Click READ to go to my blog for details! Featuring: Share What You Love; Sheet Music, Bunch of Banners, Lace Ribbon; #sharewhatyoulove #music #sheetmusic #heatembossing #bettertogether #stampinup #handmade

Share What You Love with Just a Note

Color wasn’t the first decision, however, it was the sentiment. I found  “just a note…” in the Better Together Stamp Set, and used a Bunch of Banners die for cutting. I knew I wanted to say this, because of the  Global Design Project.

Crumb Cake is a neutral color that goes with everything, and I chose it for the card base. Next, a layer of Petal Pink cardstock, followed by So Saffron DSP, followed by Sheet Music. I fussy cut the Petal Pink flowers from another sheet of the Share What You Love DSP.

Since the Share What You Love Specialty Paper has sheen with  its pearlized finish, I wanted to make the sheet music sparkle also. I first covered the Sheet Music background stamp in Versamark. It works like a regular ink pad, but it’s clear. Then, I poured Gold Embossing Powder over it, tapping off the excess, and shot it with the Heat Tool until it began to shine. Once it shines, you know it is set. 

I layered my flowers and sentiment using dimensionals, and added a bow of Lace Trim Ribbon with a Glue Dot. It’s so much fun using the new colors, and I can tell that Petal Pink is going to be a favorite of mine.

Wishing you a wonderful day, and may you enjoy all the meanings of the word, “note.”




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