I want to apology for my post over the 4th of July. I have been so busy lately with events and Stampin' Up! travel, I needed some down time. So I headed to my cousins for the weekend. And was totally surprised when my son decided to go with me. What a great time.
So as not to be tempted to work, I left all passwords to my YouTube, Typepad, and Stampin' Up! Accounts at home. Well my YouTube didn't post when it was suppose to.
You guys were so kind to let me know it wasn't working, but I felt so helpless, as I didn't have what I needed to fix my mistake. So I am re-posting that blog post with a working video.
Thanks guys for putting up with my senior moments.
Designer Series Paper so love it. In fact love it so much it is hard for me to use, as I just want to keep it all for myself. Well today's video is such an easy card to make. You can get 6 cards from one sheet of designer series paper. Now that's a lot of cards.
I used a piece of the Pop of Pink Specialty Designer Series Paper that measures 4" x 4". I measured up one side 3/4" and on the opposite side 2 1/2" and made a pencil mark. Then I cut between the pencil markers.
Have you checked out the new Sweet & Sassy Framelits? Oh my! This is a collection of 15 layering hearts. I am so in love with all the new layering framelits in the new catalog. There are squares, circles, ovals and these hearts.
The beautiful thank you on this card comes from the Rose Wonder Stamp Set and it is stamped in the Melon Mambo Ink. The Pop of Pink Specialty Designer Series Paper just has the black, white and melon mambo for the colors, but boy does it pop. You can have an elegant card done in no time using this fun designer series paper tip.
Kimberly Jones says
Love this card. I am in the same situation as you "a paper hoarder". Always say, well that is too pretty to use……however your comment with your 4 x 4 piece of dsp you only get 6 cards. If you are working with a 12 x 12 piece and if my math is correct, wouldn't you get 9 pieces instead of just 6? TFS, love black and melon mambo together!
Thanks for the kind works. You would 3 across and 3 down. HMMMMMMMMMMMMM