Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Here's a Great Way to Use Up Your Stampin' Up! Holiday Designer Series Paper! Make This Holiday Card with Three Pieces of Torn Designer Series Paper

Do you have lots of patterned paper hanging around your craft room? This three piece torn paper Holiday Card is the perfect way to use up some of your Designer Series Paper quick and easily. You can crank out a lot of cards quickly!

All you need to do is cut yourself some Thick Basic White Cardstock card bases at 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", scored at 4-1/4". 

Next cut assorted but coordinating strips of 4" x 12" of your holiday Designer Series Paper. Tear carefully crosswise the strip so you get a white edge showing. Mix and match your pieces similarly to the card shown below.

When you are pleased with your arrangement use Stampin' Seal to adhere to the card base.

If you have some large snowflakes use them as embellishment or die cut some from your stash in vellum cardstock. Attach to cardfront with glue dots. Add a sequin to the snowflake center if you'd like.

To finish up your cards select a stamp set with some holiday sentiments you like and stamp several repeatedly. Punch or die cut out your sentiments, then mount them on matching punched or die cut bases.  Adhere the two pieces together, then raise up with dimensionals and place on your card front.

If you want to stamp an inner greeting inside the cardbase feel free to do so in coordinating ink.

I always recommend to decorate your exterior envelope flap as well. You make a matching set!


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