I told you at the beginning of the Annual Catalog that I wanted to get the most out of your Stampin’ Up Designer Series Paper. Why should we hoard it, why hold onto it and not use this gorgeous paper. Right now we can buy more so use it.
During the video I show how I created these monochromatic DSP cards without really measuring. This DSP is available to new demonstrators FREE when they sign up. It’s funny that many on the live chat also measure like I do. When I do it for a video I provide measurements but just wanted to show you this method that I use.
On the video I also asked which suite the viewers wanted me to create with and they chose Ice Cream Corner. This was a fun card to make unplanned on my live video.
Measurements for Ice Cream Card
Base 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″
DSP 4 x 5 1/4″
Solid card base 4 1/4″ x 4″, cut at 2 1/8″
DSP 3 3/4″ x 2″
Card base 2 7/8″ x 3 1/2″
Basic White 2 5/8″ x 3 1/4″
DSP 3 3/4″ x 4″
Basic White 3″ x 3 1/2″
The ice creams on the inside and out are from the Ice Cream Corner DSP.
With an order of $50 you will receive a PDF of the two following cards. If your order includes one of these bundles I will send you the card kits for these two cards, plus one more bonus kit.
You can order these adorable chicks here:
Available for customers March 2nd. Click image for a PDF with more info.
Butterfly Brilliance Collection # 159408
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The “Here’s to You” Paper Pumpkin has a FREE stencil set.
What are some of the perks to joining Stampin’ Up?
Receive five 6×6 stacks of Designer Series Paper! That’s a stack of Regals, Subtles, Neutrals, Brights, and 2020—2022 In Color Designer Series Paper!
Free shipping on your starter kit!
20% (or more) discount on all future orders!
You can put host dollars toward the Starter Kit!
You have until the end of your first full quarter to meet your minimums! This means at the end of June if you sign up in February.
- This also means you can get early access to the new upcoming Annual Catalog.
- Be apart of some amazing Facebook pages full of inspiration and help.
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