Monday, August 07, 2023

Stack, Cut and Shuffle

Sometimes you only need a couple of products to really pack a punch. In this case, the Stargazing Designer Series Paper, the Wanted to Say Dies and some Basic Black cardstock.

This is the Stack, Cut and Shuffle technique. Basically you stack 3 (or 4, or 5!) pieces of DSP all cut to the same size (mine are 14.3 x 10cm). Next cut them however you like (straight, angled, it doesn't matter, as long as they are all cut the same). Then, shuffle the pieces across a number of cards (if you started with 3 pieces, you'll make 3 cards; 4 pieces is 4 cards, etc). I hope that makes sense. If not, google shows lots of examples! It's a great way to use DSP.

I'll be back soon to show you some other cards I made using this lovely bright paper!

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