Last week I shared with you a layout to help you use your Designer Series Paper as a focal point for your cards.  Today I’m going to show you how to make simple cards in minutes with another similar concept to last week.

Both of these layouts are part of my tutorial collection that I am offering this month as my ONLINE STAMPING CLASS.  You get all the directions for both cutting and creating cards using 4″ x 6″ pieces of Designer Series Paper (or scrapbook paper as some of you call it). This class is yours for free when you shop with me by December 10th and use my Online Class Host code (keep scrolling for more details.)

Today I am sharing the DSP Card Layout #2 from the tutorial. Ready to see how to make simple cards in minutes?


Watch the video to see how I cut the paper to make both of these cards at one time by just mixing and matching the pieces.  And then, remember, if you want the written tutorial with all the measurements and such, place your order by December 10th–that is tomorrow!!!


Simple Cards Made in Minutes: DSP Card Layout #2

Want to know how to make greeting cards with paper, a stamp or two, and some cardstock? This is a project that is fun and will get you using that beautiful paper as well as giving you a stack of cards to use all year long.


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I’d love to know which paper you have that you want to try this layout with! Let me know.


Simple Cards: A Close-Up Look


These simple cards were super quick and easy.  And you can use the idea for any paper with any greetings!


I really like taking my paper, cutting it up, and then mixing and matching all the prints!


Card Layouts Online Class

There is still time to get in on this months FREE with purchase online class.  You will love these layout ideas that you can use with any of your papers!



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And here are the cards that I shared last week with Card Layout #1.


That’s it for today.  I hope you liked the projects.  As always, if you have any questions, make sure to ask!  I am a full time Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and I love to help others learn to make quick and easy cards.  And remember–quick and easy does not mean your cards have to be boring!



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