Tips and Tricks – Time Of The year Always

Here’s a creative way to use your DSP Stacks to go further without waste. Also to do multiple cards at once making best use of your time and supplies.

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Cut 2 sheets of Stampin’ Up! Old Olive from short ends at 10.5cm to make 4 card bases.

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Cut one sheet of Stampin’ Up! Serene Scenery DSP Stack cut into 3.5x 14.7cm strips and attach to card base with Liquid Multipurpose Glue.
Cut 4x Whisper White cardstock into 8x8cm squares.
Cut I sheet of coordinating Serene Scenery DSP Stack in quarters measuring 7.5×7.5cm squares, then stamp ‘Thinking of you’ sentiment from Time of the Year stamp set with Jet Black Staz On ink.
Layer onto Whisper White squares using Liquid Multipurpose Glue and attach to card as per picture.
Stamp ‘Always’ image onto whisper white cardstock using Jet Black Staz On ink 4 times and cut out with scissors.
Attach to card using Dimensionals.
Stamp flower images in corner of card base.

Your card is now complete.

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