How to get 6 (metric) cards from one sheet of 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper!

I love 12 x 12 paper! I admit, I am a little addicted, and I don’t actually use it as often as I should!

When I received the Painted Blooms Designer Series Paper I knew I was going to struggle to cut into it, its a gorgeous collection of floral themed papers all hand painted – it is stunning! But I knew I had to use this one particular piece in as large pieces as I could, and making 6 cards from one sheet of DSP was the way to do this.

I know a few US demo’s have made similar videos, but they use slightly different measurements to fit 8 1.2 x 11″ cardstock, rather than our A4

Stampin' Up! UK painted blooms petals giveaway

I just love the look of these cards, all different but definitely a set together!

And I couldn’t bear to split them up so, I’m going to give them away to you – to win these 6 cards all you have to do is place an order with me before midnight on the 28th of February 2015 – and I will select one random winner! awesome!

Stampin' Up! UK Painted Bloom Petals 6 cards from one DSP

But, how do you make them! well, I have a video for that!

Measurements:

For these cards you will need 3 sheets for A4 cardstock cut in half and folded to make 6 cards, and a sheet of 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper

Cut 1.8 cm (3/4″) from the bottom of the 12 x 12 DSP

Cut your DSP in half at 14.3 cm (5 13/16″)

Then cut each piece into 10 cm (3 7/8″) pieces, you will have two little slivers of DSP left over


Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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