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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Technique Thursday

Isn't this card cute? It was copied from some other clever person out there in card making land. They had used the woodgrain background stamp, which I do not own, so I used this dsp instead. The technique is using the 2-step bird punch to create the wreath. Just punch a bunch of branches and glue them together. I added bits from my cropadile to create the berries. I think this card is so cute!

I used:
Paper: Early Espresso CS #119686, Woodland Walk DSP #117389, Old Olive CS #100702, Cherry Cobbler CS #119685
Other: 2-step bird punch #117191, Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding Ribbon #120992, non-SU brad

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DKelly said...

What's a "dsp" that you used instead of the woodgrain background stamp? Sorry I'm not familiar with the "dsp" abreviation.
Love the card. . . so darn warm and sweet.

Joan Robertson said...

"dsp" stands for designer series paper. I used Woodland Walk Designer Series paper. It is found in the current catalog.

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