Another Mystery Parts Card Challenge

Once again my friends, who also happen to be my Stampin’ Up!® downline got together to do another Mystery Parts Challenge.  This is where one of us send the others card parts and we have to make a card using them.  We have to use all of the parts they send but we can also add our own.  It is such fun!

Here are the Mystery Parts that Karin sent us.

Karin sent us a  piece of Basic White card stock for the card base.  Then she added a piece of Basic Black card stock, a piece of Designer Series Paper that was a Sale-a-bration offering, some Daffodil Delight twine and some white enamel dots.

Here is the card I made using these parts.

Stamping Up Biggest Wish

I could not decide which side of the of the Designer Series Paper I wanted to use so I decided to use both side.  I cut the 4″ x 5.25″ piece diagonally and then each of those pieces diagonally again.  Then I layered them on the Basic White card base.  I punched out the daisy using the Daisy Punch twice and layered them together by putting a bit of Multipurpose Glue in the center.  That way I could curl up the petals a bit.  I punched a small circle out of the Basic Black card stock that she included.  Next I stamped the sentiment from a new stamp set called Biggest Wish onto a piece of Basic White card stock using Just Jade ink and cut it out using a die from Hippo & Friends.  I colored the white enamel dots using my Daffodil Delight dark Stampin Blends and made a bow using the Daffodil Delight twine.

Here is Char’s card:

Karin’s Card:

Kim’s card:

Karen’s card:

Although this Designer Series Paper is retired, there are a lot of other packs available at 15% during the month of August.

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One thought on “Another Mystery Parts Card Challenge

  1. These are all so lovely! What a talented group of ladies you have. I LOVE how you used the Basic Black Cardstock for the daisy center, and how you used both sides of the paper. So pretty! All of the cards are amazing!


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