Pansy Patch Mystery Parts Challenge

Hello everyone.  Some of my downline and I got together to do another Mystery Parts Challenge (thanks again, Diana!).  This is where one of us sends the others some Stampin’ Up!® products to make a card.  These “parts” usually include card stock, Designer Series Paper and some kind of embellishment.

Below is a photo of the parts that Kim sent us all. She included Blackberry Bliss and Basic White cardstock, Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper and some enamel dots that look like they could be Poppy Parade.

Stampin Up Pansy Patch

Here is the card I made using these Mystery Parts.

To make my card, I first cut the Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper at an angle and then added a piece of Fresh Freesia card stock to the top of it.  I layered this on top of a piece of Basic White card stock and the Blackberry Bliss card base.  I cut out the pansy from the DSP using the Pansy Dies and layered that on top of a Basic White circle I had cut out using the Layering Circles Dies.  I layered that on top of a piece of Blackberry Bliss cardstock I had also cut out using the Layering Circles Dies.  The sentiment is from the stamp set called Pansy Patch (which coordinates with the Pansy Dies and Pansy Petals DSP).  Then I colored the Poppy Parade Enamel Dots with my Blackberry Bliss Stampin Blends because I thought the color would look better on the card.

Here are some of the other creations made by some of my very talented downline.

This one was made by Karen.

Stampin Up Pansy Patch

This one is by Karin.

Char made this one.

Kim made this one.

Aren’t they all beautiful?  They are all so talented! 

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5 thoughts on “Pansy Patch Mystery Parts Challenge

  1. These are all so lovely, Susan! You have a very talented team! I love how you can all take the same products and create totally different cards. So fun. Your pansy is gorgeous! I love how you mimicked the DSP. So pretty.

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