These are the cards I used for my Swaps (Cards to Trade with others) at OnStage last week. They are all the same layout. They just use different Designer Series Papers (DSP) and coordinating cardstock. I pre-cut the cardstock and the 3″ x 4-1/4″ DSP. In just an hour my three friends cut the DSP diagonally and assembled the cards. I punched, then stamped the sentiments using my Stamparatus so I could stamp two sentiments at once with different colors of ink. We were surprised at how quickly the cards were finished. I will put the paper and ink information under each photo.
Nature’s Poem DSP #146338, Powder Pink card base, Blackberry Bliss card front, and ink, Under the Mistletoe DSP #146921, Early Espresso card base, Shaded Spruce card front, and ink.
Share What You Love Specialty DSP #146926, Fresh Fig card base and ink, Mossy Meadow card front
Petal Promenade DSP #146913, Garden Green card base and ink, Flirty Flamingo card front
Share What You Love Specialty DSP #146926, Pear Pizzazz card base, Tranquil Tide card front, and ink.
Stamps: Happy Birthday Gorgeous Photopolymer #
Eastern Beauty Photopolymer #
Cardstock and Designer Series Papers of your choice or as listed above
Coordinating ink of your choice or as listed above
Punch: Everyday Label #
Adhesives: Tombow Glue
1. Cut your Papers.
~card base at 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”. Score and fold at 4-1/4”.
~card front at 4” x 5-1/4”.
~DSP layer at 3” X 4-1/4” Cut diagonally by lining up opposite corners with the cutting groove on your Paper Trimmer.
2. Attach your diagonally cut DSP to your card front trying to keep the borders of both DSP pieces so the card front borders are about the same.
3. Attach your card front to your card base.
~Stamp your sentiment on Whisper White cardstock in coordinating ink. Punch out with the Everyday Label Punch.
~Attach label with Stampin’ Dimensionals to your card front.
Your Card is finished.