Cards made with Punches

I created the first card during my Facebook Live video on August 10, 2020.  Using the scraps from the first card, I created the other 2.

     

Punches used:
Tailored Tag, Small Bloom, Spring, Vases Builder

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Velveteen Paper Pack

In my Facebook Live video on July 27, 2020 I talked about papers Stampin' Up! currently offers including the Velveteen Paper Pack (Item #153557, $10.00).  We learned that you can stamp with our classic ink on the paper.  Here are 2 cards that use these papers with the Moose punch and Welll Written dies.

The Moose card uses the Lovely Labels Pick a Punch and the Merry Moose stamp set.

Use our Adhesive sheets on the velveteen paper before die cutting to make the floral card simple to create.

                                    

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6" X 6" One Sheet Wonder

One Sheet Wonders (OSW)

Using a One Sheet Wonder is a fun way to use your patterened paper, Designer Series Paper (DSP) in Stampin' Up! lingo. A OSW is a diagram on how to cut your patterned paper to use it in creating cards or other projects.  I have seen patterns for 12"X12", 8.5"X11" and 6"X6" papers.  I like 6"X6" OSWs because they are less overwhelming.

Here is the OSW pattern I used during my Facebook Live video on July 20, 2020.  A2 cards are 5.5" X 4.25", so first trim .5" off one side.

Let's label these pieces:
A:  5.5" X 2"

B:  4" X 2.75"

C:  5.5" X .5"

 

Cards using Piece A

Cards using Piece B

 

This Card uses pieces B and C (5.5" X .5").

If the patterned paper is 2-sided, your cards may have very different looks like these do!  Use the colors and images in the paper to inspire the rest of the elements on your cards!

Products Used:

I used products from the August-December 2020 Mini cataolg.  See pages 45-46.

-Gilded Autumn Specialty Designer Series Paper

-Beautiful Autumn Stamp set

-Autumn Punch Pack

My color pallette came directly from the DSP:

Early Espresso, Mint Macaron, Cajun Craze, and Very Vanilla.

Use whatever punches, dies and embellishments you have to add to your projects.  Stampin' Up! puts products into suites to help you find corrdinating products.

Happy Stampin'!