This month's Creative Inking blog hop is all about designer series paper. You know it's on sale, right? The Buy 3/Get 1 Free paper sale is probably my favorite sale of the whole year. You know I'm all about the paper so this sale has my name written all over it!
I'm on vacation this week and next. My first stop on vacation is to spend a week back to my hometown of Spokane, Washington. Then, it's all stampers on deck as I set sail on my very first Stampin' Up! incentive trip. I've been showcasing the Waterfront Stamp Set as my product of the week, as a way to document my travels.
I held the above class on the Sunday before I left on vacation. We made a card, a bag, and an envelope out of 1 sheet of 12" x 12" Tranquil Textures Designer Series Paper. My stampers were thrilled because they got to choose what sheet they wanted to use. And because the cards were also done using a watercolor technique with the Waterfront Stamp Set, no two cards looked exactly the same! We really had a great time laughing, stamping, and Making Memories to share. But what's really cool is the inside of the card is stamped, too. You've got to see this!
Begin with a 12" x 12" Sheet of Designer Series Paper, and cut at 5 1/2". The small piece will make the card and the larger piece will make the bag and envelope flap.
Base: 5 1/2" x 12. Score at 4 1/4" and 8 1/2"
Outer front panel and first inside panel:
Cut remaining sheet of designer series paper into 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"
Envelope flap: Remaining Piece of Designer Series Paper
The below video has all the steps you need to make the projects yourself. It uses the Under the Mistletoe paper, which is also on sale this month!
Are you ready for more fun designer series paper projects? Hop on over to Renee Kohnke's blog to see what she's designed this month.
Here's the full list of July's Creative Inking Bloggers.
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