Fruit Stand Designer Series Paper

I was looking at my DSP, which rightfully is probably a mountain and wondering why I don’t use it much. I certainly look at it a lot. But what good does that do anybody? I can still still look at it if I’ve made it into a card and shared it here but there’s loads that hasn’t been cut. So I hacked into another piece from the Fruit Stand Designer Series Paper.

Liz Bailey Stampin' Up! Demonstrator - Fruit Stand Designer Series Paper - Vertical Greetings

I had thought that this paper was a bit loud for a full layer but as a partial layer, it’s gorgeous. It’s 3.5 inches wide with a daffodil delight mat which is 1/8 inch bigger. Due to the watercolor nature of the paper, some of the colors are blended together or paler than usual so I not all of the official colors worked as a mat. The daffodil delight is perfect though. And although the watermelon wonder didn’t work as a mat, it is perfect for the greeting which comes from Vertical Greetings, a set that I’m thrilled is in the new catalog. I’m also happy that the thick whisper white which I used here as a base, must’ve been a hit since Stampin’ Up! is introducing thick very vanilla.

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See you tomorrow,



    1. Thanks. I keep looking at the card and I love it too. Can’t believe it took me so long to cut into this pattern!

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