A Stamp Off Designer Series Paper Challenge

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This week our challenge is to use Designer Series Paper.  This is a great challenge for me because I am a hoarder of DSP.  I love it.  I buy it but boy is it hard to cut into that first piece!  Once I do, I am ok but it is still hard.

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Seaside Shore, Layering Ovals, By The Shore

First of all, I think I deserve kudos for actually following this challenge!  I’m the rebel in the group and often just do whatever I want.  I know.  I am a spoiled brat but I do much better when I am in my own comfort zone and would rather post something I like at least a little then something I can’t stand.

I decided to use the stamp set called Seaside Shore (again) for my card with the matching Designer Series Paper called By The Shore.  I love anything that has to do with the beach, the ocean or the coast so both of these things were perfect.  I love the little fish in this set (there are two more I didn’t use) as well as the starfish and shells.  The little bubbles are the cutest!

I have some wonderful news to share!  I am going to be a grandmother again!  I can’t wait!

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Now let’s go see what Buffy and Jackie made.  I am sure you will be awed by their creations!

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3 thoughts on “A Stamp Off Designer Series Paper Challenge

  1. I just love this card, and the layout, Susan. The blues with the bright fish look stunning. Congratulations on your wonderful news – you’re already a fabulous Grandma – now it will be x2! 🙂

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