A Pop of Red

Bold Polka Dot Flower

Not much stamping on this card, but it was fun to make.  I recently got the Natural Composition Specialty dsp (I know — where have I been?!), and have been playing with it a little lately.  On this card, I cut a panel of it and used a sponge dauber and White craft ink to soften the Crumb Cake color a little.  When I was finished sponging, I wiped off the excess ink with a paper towel to reveal the beautiful embossed pattern.  Pretty easy!

Enjoy your Saturday!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  Made for You
Ink:  Real Red, White craft
Paper:  Real Red, Pool Party, So Saffron, Natural Composition Specialty dsp, Polka Dot Parade dsp
Embellishments:  Flower Folds Bigz die, 7/8″ Scallop Circle die, Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine, Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack, Sycamore Street Designer Buttons (retired)


4 thoughts on “A Pop of Red

  1. I love this, Amy! That DSP is one of my favorites and I had stashed it away to hoard it. Now that it’s continuing, I guess I can pull it back out . 😉 It looks great paired with bright colors! Love your layout too.

  2. I just love this card. I’m a total sucker for a “happy” card and this is one big H-A-P-P-Y card!! I love the simplicity, yet the color choice with that POP just zings and makes you smile all over. Fantastic job, Amy!!

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