I've shown you the presentation cards and three other samples already and here are the final three from the board.
This bundle is perfect for any romantic occasion, special feminine birthday or even Mother's Day.
This pretty card is a breeze to make with the edgelit and with a different sentiment - or even with this one - would make a lovely invitation to an engagement party, or special wedding anniversary.
This is the inside but those repeat stamped DistINKtive roses would look great anywhere.
This card is for the unashamed romantic! I loved how easy it was to use the sentiment to create a background with Stamparatus. My favourite thing is the extra foliage and flower die cuts that work so well with the stamped images to let you build up delightful clusters.
And those single rose stamps with the matched framelits are so easy and have such a lot of impact.
For my final card, I chose one that showcased the DSP. Regular readers will know that I'm not much of a paper user but the paper in this suite is so very pretty that I HAD to use it. Thanks to my team mate at The Paper Players, Anne Marie Hile, who gave the team a sketch challenge a few weeks ago that I adapted very slightly to show off the paper. I especially like the vellum circle. Again, Stamparatus came to the fore letting me stamp, then clear emboss, the sentiment to get a bit of shine happening.
So now you've seen all the cards I either spoke about or showed at On Stage Auckland. Perhaps another day, I'll share a couple that almost got on to the board but ended up being left at home...