#loveitchopit #simplestamping Artistry Blooms Designer Series Paper Cards

I mentioned in my post yesterday that I got to do a video for the offical Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator Facebook Page that has over 36,000 members.

I was asked to highlight the Stampin' Up!® Designer Series Paper as there is a 15% off sale some of the papers this month! Check the all out HERE.

Here are some simple cards I made using the Designer Series Paper as well as some stepped up versions.

All the papers are using the Artistry Blooms Designer Series Paper. It is such stunning paper as it has these gorgeous bold colours and also the more subdued side of the paper too. I have used the more subtle paper inside the card.

Did you know when you cut down your 12" x 12" Paper you end up with 72 card front pieces??? 72! That could potentially make a minimum of 72 cards or even more if you cut the paper in half or even smaller.

Here are the cards for you! This one is super simple - just added a ribbon and a sentiment from the Peaceful Moments Stamp set.

Here is the stepped up version of this card - I have used the Forever Gold Laser Cut Foil paper for this one and used White Emboss for the sentiment with the Tailored Tag Punch. That gorgeous Forever Greenery Ribbon softens the look and the Artistry Blooms Sequins just finish off this stunning card perfectly.

Here is an idea that I shared - when you chop down your Designer Series Paper you are going to have LOTS of paper - why not dress up the inside?

Here is another simple one like the Melon Mambo one at the start. Just the Paper and a sentiment. What a great card for those men in our lives.

Here is the stepped up version - again with some of the Forever Gold Laser cut Paper behind the sentiment. Amazing, and yet, still so simple to do.

And lastly this gorgeous paper is shown off with this #simplestamping card.

I am so happy with these #loveitchopit cards! So simple and easy! Using Designer Series Paper is a great way to start card making, if you don't have mojo, or need some bulk cards in a flash. They are also very affordable to make with most of these cards costing less than $2 to make if you have the ink and stamp set already. No one would ever know that these are less than $2!

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  1. I have just subscribed to the loveitchopit club in order to better use my DSP. My DSP is more valuable than a jewel!!!


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