Stampin’ UP! Amazing Thanks Dies Fun Cut Trio of Cards

February 16, 2022

Love me some word dies…so the Stampin’ UP! Amazing Thanks Dies are right up my alley.

I enjoy making a set of cards. I am calling this a DSP Fun Cut technique- I loove cutting DSP (patterned paper) into cool shapes and mixing them to make multiple cards with the DSP pieces so I am sharing it over at As You See It #268– A favourite technique of mine is Patterned Paper Fun Cut Card Ensembles.

challenge #268

I was inspired by the Landscape Vibes Sunday Stamps 276 sketch that had two overlapping rectangles with a skinny sentiment with a border. The sketch was my starting point, and then I added some fun to the background. See how easy it is to make three cards cutting three pieces of Designer Series Paper at one time! And, it doesn’t even have to be perfect!

I love the color combo I used from the Sale-a-bration Jan-Feb 2022 Sunshine and Rainbows Designer Series Paper- free gift with a $50 purchase. I used part of a sentiment from the Stampin’ UP! Inspired Thoughts stamp set and the Messages Die for the sentiment.

I made a fun inside, too…I kept saying 5/8″ in the video but I did cut them to 3/8″- the middle strip of DSP is 3-1/4″ and the two side strips are 1″. Just match the inside with the outside with what you have! Notice the the card on the right is a little off the Granny Apple Green side- not sure why…I may have cut the middle a bit longer? Just go with it, friends…

Measurements: To make 3 cards you need (3) DSP 3-3/4″ x 5″ cut as shown in video, For each card, you need a Card Base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″ on the 8-1/2″ side, Basic White: (2) 4″ x 5-1/4″ outside and inside, (2) 2-1/2″ x 4″ rectangles for center of card, scraps for sentiment and word dies

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7 comments

  1. Cindy this is such a great technique – not only a great way to use up DSP (any excuse to buy more!) but a great way to produce multiple cards, with each one being slightly different. I love the bright colours you chose for this trio – thanks for playing along with us over at As You See It this week!

  2. Wow, Cindy, what a cool technique! I LOVE color play of all kinds, and this is fabulous way to do it! Love this combo particularly – so striking! Thanks so much for playing at As You See It!

  3. Well dang, and I totally missed that you also got our sketch, lol. Distracted by all that color again, lol. Thanks so much for playing at Sunday Stamps, too!

  4. What a great thing to do with DSP! I like that you’ve created your own technique – it’s a good one. Thanks for joining in with us at As You See it Challenge.

  5. Cindy, what a great technique, especially because it lets you end up with 3 gorgeous cards! I love the combination of colours and patterns you chose and this technique also works perfectly with the other challenge layout! Thanks for sharing your technique with us at As You See It Challenges!

  6. Hey there Cindy! I love your fun and bold thank you cards! Great way to sample different DSP pieces. Thank you for joining Sunday Stamps this week.

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