#loveitchopit - Learn how to USE your Designer Series Paper - No more HOARDING!

I had a BLAST cutting up our brand new Speciality Designer Series Paper yesterday during my Facebook Live Video. It was FUN - yes, cutting up beautiful paper can be fun and I will teach you how.

The paper that I cut was the gorgeous patterned vellum - which let's face it, most of us would hoard it and it would stay on the shelf for years and years and years. We need to STOP this behaviour and USE our gorgeous paper for the world to see. Your friends, family and even Random Acts of Kindness.

Here is the card that I made during my live yesterday - 

Isn't that paper just BREATHTAKING?? Now do you want to learn how to CHOP CHOP CHOP it??

Watch my video here to learn more - 

I absolutely love the matching Framelits on this set - how stunning are those gorgeous floral pieces?? They go perfectly with the Oval Framelit that can be used Narrow direction or Width way in in my next card.

Here are the card layer templates that I used in my video today. I find having them pre-cut with the measurements written on the layers is so helpful for my creative ideas. It helps me see visually what the card layers are going to look like and I don't have to second guess the measurements either. I hope you find it useful and remember that you can use.

Here is the other card that I made - during my video I had just done the base but here is my finished result with the Fresh Fig sentiment cut out and the Petal Pink flowers added on top. How stunning is this paper and the colours?? I am so impressed with Stampin' Up!®.

Definitely add this whole suite to your shopping list. And make sure the first thing you do when the paper arrives is CHOP CHOP CHOP. Rip open that packet and use it right away.

Thank you so much for your support and coming by today. Please come and join my next live event next week. You can check out the event HERE as well as the times and dates in your country. I hope that you can join me live!

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  1. This is such a Beautiful Card. The Vellum is stunning. Can’t wait to receive mine x

  2. Where do I get editable case inserts for dsp storage?

  3. Hi Kylie,
    I live in the USA and a popular card size I use is 41/4"×5 1/2". I believe that is called an A2 size. I love this size because you can get 2 card bases out of one piece of 8 1/2" ×11"cardstock. Your ideal is so cool. Having a premade template really helps to visualize the card layout. Thanks so much for sharing.


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