Hi Stampers. Here is an adorable DSP banners card telling you – You’ve Got (Snail Mail)…  Well, if you placed an order with me you did.  I love to send handmade thank you cards to all of my customers. (Birthday cards are another thing I love to send – make sure I know your birthday. *wink*)

Stampin' Up! Snail Mail Banner Pick a Punch DSP banners hello card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations
This DSP banners card is super simple.  It starts with a Coastal Cabana card base and a layer of Basic White. Next, I stamped the snail in the lower right corner and colored it using the Stampin’ Blends. On the left side are 3 banners of varying lengths, made from strips of the Snail Mail DSP.

Stampin' Up! Snail Mail Banner Pick a Punch DSP banners hello card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations
The DSP banners were puched at the bottom using the Banners Pick a Punch. They were all adhered to the Basic White layer with liquid glue. After they were adhered, I trimmed off the excess at the top. Across the top of this layer is a strip of Pool Party Sheer Ribbon. The ribbon is adhered to the back side of this layer with glue dots.  I used my bow maker tool to make the bow and added that separately.

Stampin' Up! Snail Mail Banner Pick a Punch DSP banners hello card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations
Inside the DSP banners card is another layer of Basic White CS. To decorate this layer, I adhered a 1/2″ strip of DSP on the left side and stamped the mushroom in the lower right corner.  The sentiment “hello” was stamped in the center using Blushing Bride ink.

Stampin’ Tip: The stamp in the lower right corner is actually much larger than shown here.  I let it hang off the edge of my layer on purpose to only catch part of it. Once colored, I liked the smaller stamp much more than I would have like the whole stamped image (it would have been too large for the look I was going for).

Stampin' Up! Snailed It Snail Mail Valentine Card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

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