Painted Christmas DSP with a Dash of Cork Specialty Paper

Oh I am so very excited how my card turned out from my Instagram live last night! This was not a fully planed card, it was a half thought out create on the fly card. I new I was going to use Painted Christmas DSP and my backordered Cork Specialty Paper that came in. I garbed a few other supplies before I clicked the go live button on Instagram!

The Painted Christmas DSP has many different images to offer, all around a great back of paper! You can create cards in many different color combos wit one pack of this paper! For this card I focused on a piece with pinecones and featured the colors Soft Succulent and Soft Suede!

I think this card really comes together because of the Cork Specialty Paper, the texture of it just makes the white trees pop off the card! I used the Christmas Tree dies from the Whimsical Trees Bundle to create the look.

The Fine Art ribbon was used to cover up where the two papers meet, it gives a bit of a cleaner look to the card. The sentiment is from the Christmas to Remember stamp set and I die cut it with one of the Seasonal Lables dies. I did add Stampin Dimensionals to give the sentiment lift. 3 Brushed Metallic adhesive backed dots finish off this quick and simple card.

You can watch the replay on IGTV. I have tried to convert them so that you can watch on YouTube but the formatting does not work out! I have added the products used list and card cut list below.

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Card Cut list

Cut a piece of Soft Succulent card stock4 1/4″ x 11″, Score at 5 1/2″

Cut a piece of Cork Specialty Paper at 2 x 4″.

Cut a piece of Painted Christmas DSP 3 1/4″ x 4″.

You will need scraps of Bask White for trees and the sentiment lable.

Happy Crafting!

2 thoughts on “Painted Christmas DSP with a Dash of Cork Specialty Paper”

  1. Megan, your card is lovely. I love how you used the white trees against the cork paper. So pretty! Enjoy your day!

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