Happy Valentine’s Day friends!
I almost titled today’s post “Scrappy Valentine’s Day Cards” because I made these card with scraps of designer series paper. You can find today’s tutorial after the Shopping List. .
I made SO MANY Valentine’s Day cards this year and I just ran out of time to photograph and blog about them. Along with making many Valentine’s Day cards I ended up with lots of DSP scraps that were just too pretty to throw away. If you’re a card maker or paper crafter I bet you have a stash of beautiful designer series paper (DSP) scraps too. Well today’s tutorial gives you some cutting dimensions to use to make these cards. Better yet, if you have Stampin Up! DSP scraps these cards are even easier to make since most of the papers are double sided except for the foil sheets. Lots of creative options! So grab some pretty paper scraps and download my tutorial and make some pretty cards. By the way, you can use the tutorial to make other occasion cards instead of Valentine’s Day cards, just change up the papers and substitute a circle greeting or other shape for the greeting. Just have FUN!
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Today’s link to the tutorial: DSP PAPER SCRAPS VALENTINE
Happy Valentine’s Day and know that I love all my blog subscribers. I appreciate you taking the time to read my blog. Happy Crafting!