April’s Mystery Parts

Hello again.  My friends and I did another Mystery Parts Challenge.  This is where one of us send the others parts to make a card.  The parts usually consist of some card stock, Designer Series Paper and embellishments (ribbon or bling).  The only rules are you have to use Stampin’ Up!®  products and you must use all the parts that are sent.  Laura was the hostess of the April Mystery Parts Challenge.  Here are the parts she sent us”

I don’t know the name of the Designer Series Paper  but it has beautiful colors.  The extra piece of card stock is Berry Burst and if you look carefully you can see she sent us some clear dots.

Here is Laura’s card.  It was a fun fold.

This is Char’s card.

This is Kim’s card.  Kim had a coffee accident on her parts so she had to change it up a bit.

This is Karin’s card.

Here is the card I made.

Stampin Up Cheerful Daisies

I decided to pair the parts that Laura sent with a new bundle in the Stampin’ Up!®  2023/2024 Annual Catalog called Cheerful Daisies.  I first layered the 3.75″ x 5″ piece of DSP onto the 4″ x 5.25″ piece of Berry Burst card stock and the Basic White card base.  Next, I cut out the front pieces of the daisies using the Cheerful Daisies die set in Basic White card stock and background piece and the stems in Pretty Peacock card stock.  I stamped the center of the flowers in Daffodil Delight ink and the leaves in Pretty Peacock and then cut them out with the coordinating dies.  I stamped the sentiment in Pretty Peacock ink and cut it out using the label die included with the daisy set.

These ladies are so talented and I love seeing what they come up with each month.  Each one of us uses the same products but each card is so different.  One of the great things about Designer Series Paper is that there are different designs on each side of them.  Some of use one side and some used the other making each card look different.  Nice job, ladies!

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