It's Crafty Saturday! Thank you for joining me. Whether you joined me this morning on my Facebook page or whether you're joining me here, I hope you're making something crafty this weekend!
When I started making handmade cards, the hardest part for me was knowing how to cut paper. What size did I need? How many layers? I was worried about wasting paper, especially the beautiful Designer Series Paper. Growing up in a household of seamstresses, I knew to measure twice and cut one. Nothing is so frustrating as to cut a fine piece of fabric, or a pretty piece of paper only to have it cut too short.
Today's video shows you how to make the most of a piece of 6" x 6" Picture Perfect Designer Series Paper. It's a paper pack with 12 different designs, with a variety of party designs, and geometric prints. This fun paper stack coordinates with Basic Black, Bermuda Bay, Berry Burst, Lemon Lime Twist, Peekaboo Peach, and Pool Party.
Don't be afraid to cut your paper. Go ahead! Give it a try. Post a picture of your cards below, or on my Facebook page. I'd love to see them!
To make the 4 cards in the photo and video you will need:
Bases - Pool Party, 8 1/2" 5 1/2', scored at 4 1/4" (4)
1 sheet of 6 " x 6" Designer Series Paper
Basic Black Scalloped Squares (4)
Berry Burst Scalloped Square (4)
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