We’re back with project ideas from around the globe to help you use your favorite Designer Series Paper! And what perfect timing, as many of our pretty patterned papers are ON SALE this month (July 2021) for 15% off:
While the Expressions in Ink paper is a SPECIALTY paper (and not on sale), I wanted you to see how gorgeous it is with the gold veins running through the watercolor images, so take a look:
This is a fancy fold that shows off BOTH sides of your DSP and you can use as a card (portrait) OR a pocket card (landscape).
To make the card, begin with a 5-1/4″ x 11-3/4″ piece of Designer Series Paper and score it along the long side at 1-3/4″, 4-3/4″ and 7-3/4″. Next, accordion fold it so that you have the piece you want on top, then adhere the back of the largest panel to a 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ piece of card stock for a sturdy matte around your paper.
The Expressions in Ink Designer Series Paper also coordinates with the 2021-2023 In-Colors, so you can mix and match the designs and colors!
For this version, the measurements are the same, but I tied the ribbon all the way around all the layers of DSP before attaching it to the card stock matte, creating two “pockets” where you can slide the card you’ll write in in the top pocket and a gift card into the shorter pocket.
The photos really don’t do the sparkle justice, but I hope you get the feel for what you could create with it! I’ll list the supplies used at the bottom of this post.
Now it’s time to hop over to Linda’s blog to see what she’s created with the Hand-Penned paper~Product List
July 2021 New at SU!: Designer Series Paper
Tricia’s Stamping Creations: Tidings of Christmas DSP
Stamping the Cape: In Good Taste DSP
Creative Juice by Loni: Expressions in Ink Specialty DSP << YOU ARE HERE!
Moore Fun Stamping: Hand-Penned DSP
The Flying Stamper: Bloom Where You’re Planted DSP
Gifted Hands, Ink!: Simply Elegant Specialty DSP
Joni in the Spotlight Stamping: Expressions in Ink Specialty DSP
Stamping Flair: Sweet Symmetry DSP
Mamie & Papyrus: You’re a Peach DSP
Playing with Papercrafting: Hand-Penned DSP
Stamping with the Copper Cropper: Bloom Where You’re Planted DSP