Thursday, 19 April 2018

Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop - April - Favourite DSP


Welcome to Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop.
You may have joined me from Vicki Hunter or started with me halfway
through this Blog Hop.  This month we are all focasing on our
favourite DSP from the Annual Catalogue. As soon as I saw the new catalogue
in April last year, I knew that Naturally Eclectic was going to be
MY FAVOURITE.  Loved everything about the suite.
Sad to see these designer series paper retire.
I have made so many cards and layouts with these products.
 So today following on from my last blog post where I am trying to use up my scraps
from my desktop container, I pulled out all of the pieces I had already cut from
Naturally Eclectic DSP and Eclectic Layers Thinlits Dies.
I used my favourite colour cardstock from 2017-2019 In Colors
Lemon Lime Twist for all my cards as it matches perfectly.
This is how I do my inside layers so that I can use the Emerald Envy
and Lemon Lime Twist layer to cut Birthday out of the scraps. 



So many pretty patterns in this DSP range, I couldn't just stop at one card
The next card I used the Gemstone DSP & Diamond shape that I had already cut out
using the Eclectic Layers Thinlits Dies.
I kept this card really simple...I let the DSP speak for itself.

Last BUT not least, more leftover bits from my container.
I actually had to cut a couple of leaves and petals to fill in the space.
As I have said I have used this set for so many cards and layouts
here are just a few I thought I would share.


Up next is my friend Lou Kitzleman
I wonder which retiring DSP is Lou's favourite.

So pleased that you joined me here, I would love for you to
leave me a comment in the box below and tell me which one is your favourite.
I will in turn leave you some love on your blog.

Next month at Stampin' Dreams we will be SHOWCASING

the new annual catalogue which is due out June 1
Here is the list of upcoming blogs if you want to join us on a hop.


14 comments:

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    1. Thank you Stephanie, I absolutely adore this suite <3 Will be so sad when those DSP disappear <3 Cheers Shaz

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  2. Very pretty selection of cards using Naturally Eclectic.

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    1. Thank you Jo Anne, it is so versatile <3
      Cheers Shaz

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  3. Well they are the best looking scraps I have ever seen! Such a pretty way to use them. Love all of these Shaz!

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    1. Thank you Lou, I keep all the extra's I cut out in my scrap box on my table...I found some more treasures in there that I had forgotten about...More scrap cards to come. <3
      Cheers Shaz

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  4. Funny you should say you are using up your scraps, because I’ve been doing the same with my scrap container! Great minds! I love your ombr√© happy birthday!

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    1. Joanne I love my lil box, it always has hidden lil treasures <3 Thank you. The ombre Happy Birthday is just cut out of the dsp. Cheers Shaz

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  5. Gorgeous cards...you showcased that paper beautifully

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    1. Thank you so much Vicki <3 I just love it, as you might have been able to tell LOL
      Cheers Shaz

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  6. What beautiful cards... hard to believe they were made from SCRAPs!

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    1. Thank you Tracy, Yes they were definitely made from my leftover scraps from previous creations. Cheers Shaz

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  7. Gorgeous cards Sharon, such a great way to use up all that DSP x

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    1. Thank you very much Angela, surely is beautiful DSP
      Cheers Shaz

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Hope your day was AWESOME, and involved creating something that made your heart happy <3 Thanks for your comment, I appreciate you taking the time <3