Since I have a bunch of retiring Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper, in this video I’ll show you a fun and efficient way to use up your DSP paper by making a quick stack of cards.
From my experiencing mass producing cards with my spline Ronda Wade, I’ve learned how to cut cards in such a way to make my paper go further with little to no scraps. I’ll show you some tips in this video!
Shelby Lavrack says
Where do you get the measurements for these cute dsp cards that you made on April 18th?
Hi Michelle, could you tell me how do I get the dimensions for the cards that you made on Wednesday April 29, 2018? I really like how you used up some of the DSP.
the card base is 5.5 x 8.5 inches. The White layer is 5.25 x 4″. The designer series paper is 3×4″ and then another piece that is .5 x 4″. I used a 1.75 inch circle and 2 inch circle punch. I hope that helps.