Monday, July 22, 2013

Natural Composition Specialty Designer Series Paper

The shiny raised patterns printed on heavy-weight Natural Paper makes it look like you took a lot of time stamping and embossing, when all you really did was cut a piece of Natural Composition Specialty Designer Series Paper.
My card base is Crumb Cake Card Stock that I layered with a piece of Very Vanilla Card Stock and then the Natural Composition DSP.  I stamped my large coral image onto this layer using Early Espresso ink, and then added a piece of 7/16" Natural Trim.  I then stamped my Thank U and punched it out using the 7/8" Scallop Circle Punch, and then layered this onto a 1 1/4" Scallop Circle punched out using Crumb Cake Card Stock.  A piece of Linen Thread tied this onto my Trim.
The Natural Composition DSP comes with 12 sheets of 12 x 12 paper, 2 each of 6 single-sided designs, giving you 12 different patterns in all. 
The following were used:
Designer Series Paper:  Natural Composition Specialty #126917
Card Stock:  Crumb Cake #120953, Very Vanilla #101650
Ink:  Early Espresso #126974
Stamp Sets:  A Round Array #129087 w or #129090, By The Tide #131910 w or #129120
Ribbon:  7/16" Natural Trim #129287, Linen Thread #104199
Punches:  7/8" Scallop Circle #129404, 1 1/4" Scallop Circle #127811

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