My last post showed a beautiful card that was coloured with Stampin' Blends on the Petal Passion Designer Series Paper. (DSP) If you missed that post, you can see it here. When I was putting that card together, I noticed that the back of the DSP was as pretty as the front, just in a different way.
The pattern of the leaves is not line art, so there really isn't much to colour in, but who says you have to stay in the lines?
For this card I coloured the flowers and leaves on the "back" of the DSP. I used our Stampin' Blends again, and since they are alcohol markers, they will bleed through the paper. This is why we suggest you always make sure you are colouring with some scrap paper under your project. I thought this side of the paper looked really interesting, so I make a different card colouring the same piece of DSP.
What do you think? Take a look at your Designer Series Papers and try this technique to create a whole new look!
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