Seeing Both Sides
This month, select Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Papers (DSP) are on sale, so I’ll be showing various ways to use them. These beautiful papers are double-sided, and often I like both sides of the paper so much that I hate to cover one up. Today’s card uses the Hand-Penned DSP and demonstrates an easy way to show both sides of the paper—perfect for those times that it’s hard to choose! I added cardstock and ribbon in coordinating colors, and you could certainly embellish further. I stamped a simple sentiment from Biggest Wish and used a leftover strip of DSP to decorate the inside.
-Garden Green cardstock
5-1/4” (W) x 5-1/2” (H), scored at 4-1/4” along the short side
-Basic White cardstock
3-3/4” (W) x 5” (H)
4” (W) x 5-1/2” (H)
3-3/4" (W) x 1/2" (H)
Once you score your cardbase, you'll have a normal-sized back and a 1" wide panel for the front of the card. Adhere DSP to this shorter panel so that the right edges line up. There’ll be a 3/4” overlap between the two at the left edge, but the DSP will not reach all the way to the crease.
Don’t have matching cardstock to use? When you purchase any DSP from my Stampin’ Up store this month, you can order a pack of 20 8-1/2” x 11” sheets of cardstock for $10, shipping included—4 sheets each of 5 colors. Just message me with your selection!
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