Friday, September 7, 2012

Friday Focus: Comfort Cafe Designer Series Paper

This Friday we are taking a look at the Comfort Cafe DSP.  On Monday, I posted this card for a challenge:

The chevron pattern is from the Comfort Cafe DSP.  One of my favorite ways to show off DSP is is a "quilted" card.  By making triangles from all the patterns you can put together a "quilt."
If you glue the triangles to a piece of paper and then emboss it with the Square Lattice Folder, the look mimics fabric.
This DSP has several patterns that coordinate beautifully.  You can use each pattern as a single element on a card.
One of the things I love most about using DSP is that it adds a lot of interest to my cards very quickly.  Plus, it takes the guess work out of choosing colors.  Just use the coordinating colors (which are listed for you in the catalog).

Papers: Comfort Cafe DSP (#126898), Soft Suede (#115318), Midnight Muse (#126843), Pool Party (#122924), Summer Starfruit (#126839), Cajun Craze (#119684), Very Vanilla (#101650)
Ink: Soft Suede (#126978), Cajun Craze (#126965)
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes (#115370), Lacy & Lovely (#122887)
Other Supplies: Decorative Label Punch (#120907), Word Window Punch (#119857), Scallop Square Punch (#119884), 1/2" Seam Binding Very Vanilla (#120999), Pearl Basic Jewels (#119247)

Comfort Cafe DSP (#126898)

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