The Other Side
This month, select Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Papers (DSP) are on sale, and I’m showing various ways to use them. I‘ve already shared a simple way to display both sides of the paper, and today I have another idea for you. This card features Bloom Where You’re Planted.
One side of the DSP peeks out from behind the window cut into the front panel, and when the card is opened, you can see the other side of the paper.
-Cinnamon Cider cardstock
8-1/2” (W) x 5-1/2” (H), scored at 4-1/4” along the short side
-Basic White cardstock
4” (W) x 5-1/4” (H)
-Bloom Where You’re Planted DSP
Pattern 1: 4” (W) x 5-1/4” (H)
Pattern 2: 4” (W) x 5-1/4” (H)
Score and fold the Cinnamon Cider cardbase. Apply Stamp ’n Seal to only the edges of the DSP layer you’d like to use for the front. Once you’ve centered it onto the front of the card, cut out a window with a Stitched Rectangle die—I used the one that is approximately 2-5/8” x 4“. Save the pieces you cut out for a different project!
Adhere a paper lattice and then the 2nd DSP design to the inside of the card. Finish by adhering the Basic White cardstock for a greeting panel, and decorate with images cut from the DSP. The sentiment is from the coordinating Plentiful Plants stamp set, and the die cuts are from Perfect Plants and Painted Labels die sets. I also added a little In Color Jewel. As always, you can find a link to supplies at the end of this post.
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!
Shoppable Supply List:
•Bloom Where You’re Planted | Two-Sided Card