I was very lucky in that my box of PPP from OnStage Auckland arrived just before Easter. I carved out a bit of time this morning to play with the new Free As A Bird bundle. For inspiration, I used the sketch at Freshly Made Sketches.
The bundle consists of the Free as A Bird stamp set and a set of Stitched Nested Labels dies.
These dies are a kind of long hexagon and have stitching on both sides of the cut edge, allowing you to not only have lovely labels but also lovely frames. Anyway, I thought that I could use one of these, truncated, for the rectangular element of the sketch.
I'm not usually one for using a lot of DSP in a card. In fact, I went to OnStage telling myself that I would not be buying any DSP. So after getting one set as a gift to all those present and being unable to resist two gorgeous offerings in PPP, here I am - using some of the very pretty DSP from Bird Ballad!
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The Free As A Bird bundle and the Bird Ballad DSP will be available in the new Annual Catalogue out at the start of June. Here's a list of the other items I used.