VIDEO: Want to make 72 cards FAST? Watch this!

I am having so much fun with my weekly online classes! It is such a great way to share what I know and hopefully to inspire others too. My Facebook Live event page is HERE if you want to subscribe and that way you won't miss a recording or the live event. You can subscribe for next weeks class HERE so you get an alert and can watch the recording if you can't come live.

Ready to have a look at my live class on Facebook? Feel free to pin it too!

Here are the card that I made using the Global Design Project Challenge Sketch in my Live video today. Firstly here is the sketch - 

Here are the cards that I made with just 1/4 of a pack of the Moroccan Designer Series Paper!

I hope that you enjoyed my class this week and that you got some ideas of how you can #loveitchopit and cut up your Designer Series Paper! Remember that Stampin' Up!® has the amazing buy three get one for free deal running at the moment. So it is a great time to stock up on your Designer Series Paper - but make sure you use it! Cut that paper up and it will love you for it. So will those that receive your gorgeous projects.

Make sure you head over to the Global Design Project this week and see the amazing projects using this sketch.

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  1. Kylie...the cards are all amazing. Enjoyed your video.

  2. Sunday 22nd. Omg just watched your video Kylie and I was calling out 18 ! 18! 6 times 3 is 18 !!! That was so funny. So glad you got there in the end lol. Loved your cards too - you do a great job.

  3. Absolutely loved the card you received from Kim Oliver - are you able to pin it for us? TIA

  4. Loved the video and the cards are awesome!!! What are the dimensions of the layers on top, not the DSP. Please let us know, thanks.

  5. Love the tip about cutting the paper in half to get 6x12". That will make a big difference for me.


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