Botanical Prints Set the Stage for Sisterhood Patterned Paper Challenge

Botanical Prints handmade card, front view

My Sistah Darlene has a new challenge for you at The Sisterhood of Crafters blog.  It’s all about patterned paper!  I wonder if you have noticed that Stampin’ Up! demonstrators refer to this product as “DSP”!  It is short for designer series paper.  Stampin’ Up! is well known for the fantastic quality and variety of their designer series papers.  Since Botanical Prints stamp set is a favorite of mine, it is only fitting that I use it to showcase several designer series papers!

Botanical Prints is the spring product medley line in the 2020 Mini Catalog.  It includes stamps, dies, designer papers, ribbon and additional accessories to create a variety of handmade cards and other projects.  All it requires is your creativity!

I stamped one of the detailed botanical stamp images to create my front focal panel.  Another botanical image is stamped with the inside sentiment.  The triangular paper pieces are made using the coordinating dies.  You actually get two dies of the same design. As a result, it is so much easier to cut several accents.  I embossed Old Olive cardstock using a retired honeycomb folder.  The two versions of Golden Honey specialty designer paper are part of the Sale-a-Bration product offerings.  I used a piece of the designer paper that coordinates with the Botanical Prints medley suite.  It backdrops the  sentiment seen inside the card.  The Old Olive twill ribbon and copper colored metallic bee element are also part of the medley product suite!

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Now that you see how easy it is to incorporate any patterned paper into your card (or other project), won’t you consider playing along with us?  The challenge at The Sisterhood of Crafters starts today and goes through March 8th.  My Sistahs have lots of inspiration to share with you.  I hope to see you in our gallery!  In the meanwhile,

Have fun stamping,

Katy

6 thoughts on “Botanical Prints Set the Stage for Sisterhood Patterned Paper Challenge

  1. Darlene Pavlick

    OMG … this is ‘Bee’utiful! (see what I did there, lol) Love your design using these beautiful papers. Great job Sis … thanks for fabulous inspiration!

  2. Debbie Mageed

    Beautiful card, Katy, as always!! Love this kit but have needed to wait to order it. Now, I have your gorgeous card to CASE when I do! Great thinking to use that Honeycomb embossing folder. It is perfect for your card. Have a great rest of your week, Real Sis!!

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