Wonderland Elegance for Pals Paper Arts

Wonderland, Winter Wonderland DSP, PPA 272 The Wonderland stamp set and Winter Wonderland Specialty designer series paper were perfect for the sketch challenge at Pals Paper Arts challenge blog this week!  I adore this paper… it is so elegant! Stamping on the DSP is also fun, but, be sure to leave plenty of drying time!

Wonderland, Winter Wonderland DSP, PPA 272My card is simplistic but I love the embellishment details.

Card Details
  • Stamp Sets:  Wonderland, Better Than E-Mail
  • Papers:  Heavy Whisper White cardstock, Gold Foil, Black Glimmer paper, Winter Wonderland Specialty designer series paper
  • Inks:  Archival Basic Black, Archival Basic Gray
  • Tools:  paper snips for fussy cutting
  • Accessories:  3/8″ white glitter ribbon, gold metallic thread, gold cording trim

Wonderland, Winter Wonderland DSP, PPA 272There is discussion among stampers regarding the antlers in this stamp set.  Basically you either like them or hate them… no middle ground.  However, the antlers are still very much on trend… the home decor shops are full of antler decor pieces.  I found a great use for them when featuring this stamp set.  It is part of my signature on the back of the card.


Won’t you come and play along with the PPA sketch challenge this week?  Click here to see more awesome samples by the Design Team.  Hope to see you in the gallery.

Have fun stamping,



5 thoughts on “Wonderland Elegance for Pals Paper Arts

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  2. Bobbi Miller

    Katy, I love your card! I never remember to stamp on vellum; I really need to try that. I love this stamp set too, and we’ve already had a discussion about the infamous antlers. YOUR idea is much better than mine! I just made a jack-o-lantern, but using it as your signature stamp on the back of your cards is brilliant!

  3. Dana

    What gorgeous card Katy! I love the DSP and it is so perfectly enhanced with the shine from the foil paper and glitter ribbon. Wow, I adore the pine bough!

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