Stampin' Up! Moroccan Designer Series Paper for a masculine Thinking of You handmade card.
October 17, 2016
Hello stampers. Happy Monday.
I have to tell you Emerald Envy has TOTALLY taken me by surprise and crept in to firmly cement itself as one of my few favourite Stampin' Up! colours at the moment. I'm also a big fan of Early Espresso, which is one of the reasons I am loving the Moroccan Designer Series Paper from the Stampin' Up! 2016 Annual Catalogue.
I found the images in the stamp set perfect for the masculine card I was making. I particularly love the border stamp and how it echoes the patterns on this piece of DSP.
For my masculine embellishments, I have used our Burlap Trim and Linen Thread together, and then used a Bronze Sharpie to colour some of the White Perfect Accents - this gives a great copper embellishment and copper is so on trend right now!
The great news is you can still get this DSP on special in a buy 3 get one free deal on until the end of October 2016 (you can mix up which paper packs you want as there are quite a few in the deal - check the deal out HERE).
Here's a closer look at the papers and the coordinating Washi Tape and Moroccan Nights stamp set. You can view this whole product suite HERE in my online store.
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