Dino Days mammoth effort

When I first found #loveitchopit from Kylie Bertucci I decided to cut up a lot of my DSP and store it in the Wood Mount Cases as this holds a whole pack of DSP. I thought this would help me use it up more than just sitting in the cupboard, but it hasn’t and as we get closer to a new catalogue I still realise I have loads of DSP that needs to be used. I took a few days holidays over the Easter period and my mission was to use as much as I could.

This was my desk before I started. In my wood mount case, I had already even cut some cardstock as layering pieces, which was probably a good thing as I had realised once I started to look at this DSP pack that I didn’t have too much Lovely Lipstick or Pineapple Punch left, but in this case, I already had about 20 cardstock layers.

These layouts are all very similar but the idea was to use up ALL the DSP and I wanted to get through this in one day.

I had already fussy cut one of the papers up to cut out all the dinosaurs and used these to help embellish some of the cards.

Once I started using this again I realised how much I loved this pack of DSP and that is why I think I had left it in the shelf. But the majority of colours in this are the retiring in-colours this year I needed to use this up.

You can see on some of these cards, that have the smaller scraps of DSP that I have used some of the images in the stamp set to stamp on the layering piece of cardstock to give additional interest.

All in all I ended up with 35 cards made, some of these will be donated for the Troops and some will help build my stash as I have a four year who seems to have a birthday every second week, although with the current circumstances that is obviously not occurring but I am happy to be building this stash of cards again.

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