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Thursday, June 22, 2023

SU! Creative Cardiology Team June “DSP” Projects Blog Hop

SU! Creative Cardiology Team June “DSP” Projects Blog Hop

Welcome to the Creative Card-iology Monthly Blog Hop

This month's theme is to make a card or project using 
any of the Designer Series Paper (DSP)
on sale with a 15% discount during the month of June.
I chose to use Misty Moonlight 
with the Countryside Designer Series Paper

My granddaughter is graduating 
from High School this week
and has a birthday in July.
For her birthday, I plan to fill this with
Stampin Up products.

Over the years I have made many of these, 
some a little different, 
and fill them with a Stamp Set, 
Stampin Seal, Dimensionals, Ribbon, Gems,
cards, etc. for Door Prize at Craft Shows.

  • Misty Moonlight Cardstock (CS) #153081
  • Countryside  Inn 12" x 12" Designer Series Paper #161467
  • Multipurpose Liquid Glue #110755
  • Silicone Craft Mat #127853
  • Paper Snips #103579
  • Bone Folder #102300
  • Stampin' Seal Adhesive #152813
  • Paper Trimmer #152392

In this tutorial the name Seal refers to the use of the Stampin' Seal Adhesive.
  • Cut a piece of Misty Moonlight CS 11" x 6½" (Score at 2" on all 4 sides)
  • Burnish all of the score lines.
  • On the long ends, cut both score lines up to the horizontal score line on both ends, then add Multipurpose Liquid Glue to both ends to form a box.

  • Cut your 12" x 12" DSP in half horizontal at the 6" mark.
  • My pattern lined up perfectly and I glued the two pieces together, so I have a piece 6" x at least 19½".
  • Adhere the DSP around the box and overlap ½" at the the end.
  •  Cut 2 1" strips of Misty Moonlight, add them together and adhere them around the base of the basket.
  • Cut 2 1½" strips of Misty Moonlight, score them at ¾".  This is a little tricking to adhere.  Fold and burnish then open back up.  Adhere one side of the score to the front then fold over and adhere to the inside.
  • Cut 2 1" strips of Misty Moonlight. 
  • I used my retired corner rounder and punched all 4 corners of the strip 
  • Score at ½" leaving the top and bottom not scored.
  •  Using the bone folder, curl the strips and adhere to the top of the Purse.

Please feel free to leave me a comment and thanks for hopping by.

Click on the names below to visit our other team member's blogs and
see what amazing cards or projects they have created to inspire you!
Kim Thompson
Diana Buckingham (You are here)
Contact me with any questions!