Today, I’m sharing a Congratulations card made with the beautiful Hydrangea Hill DSP.
And, it’s a congratulations card for my youngest son, Joe/Joseph, and his new bride, Bethany. (I mentioned more about them here) The two of them were married in Fargo, ND on New Year’s Day. (Too, this is not a wedding picture!)
The beautiful Hydrangea Hill DSP can be found in the new SU! Mini Catalog January-June 2021. (which will go live on Tuesday, January 5th!) And, the DSP combines many colors: Highland Heather, Rococo Rose, Old Olive, Gorgeous Grape and Seaside Spray.
First, I made a card base with Highland Heather cardstock. Then, I added two different patterns of the Hydrangea Hill DSP to the card. Next, I added a strip across the card using another pattern of DSP. And, I adhered a strip of Gorgeous Grape Ribbon across the strip.
Second, I used the Layering Circles die to cut out three different sizes/patterns of DSP. And, I adhered two circles to the front of the card.
Third, I stamped a sentiment from the Peaceful Moments set (found in the Annual catalog) with Highland Heather ink onto Shimmery White cardstock. Then, I used the Story Label Punch to cut it out. After adhering the sentiment to the card front, I added two Pastel Pearls. (the pearls coordinate perfectly with the Hydrangea Hill DSP)
To complete the inside, I stamped another sentiment from the Peaceful Moments set onto a layer of Shimmery White cardstock. Then, I added one of the precut circles to the corner of the inside layer. Finally, I adhered this layer to the inside of the card.
I hope you enjoyed seeing my Congratulations card made with the Hydrangea Hill DSP.
Card Base-8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches of Highland Heather cardstock, scored at 4 1/4 inches
Panels-(2) different patterns of Hydrangea Hill DSP cut 2 x 5 1/4 inches
Circles-(3) different patterns of DSP cut with the Layering Circles dies-(2) 2 1/2 inches and (1) 2 3/4 inches
Strip-different pattern of DSP, 4 x 3/4 inches
Inside layer-Shimmery White cardstock-5 1/4 x 4 inches