Greetings my stamping friends! I hope you are doing well. If you have gotten crafty over this past week or weekend, I would love to see what you are working on. Feel free to send me your projects by email and let me know if you approve my sharing them here for all to see.
We have made it through another day of shelter in place. Texas is going to start a slow reopening of business and public spaces starting this coming week which is a bit frightening. Since I am immune compromised, I for one will remain in quarantine and see how this all plays out in the coming weeks.
Today’s project share wraps up the three part series of Double Wonder. We will make three cards starting with the remaining 3.50″ x 6″ pieces of DSP as well as the 4″ x .75″ pieces from part 2 I shared with you yesterday. Cut the 3.50″ x 6″ pieces into two 3.50″ x 2.25″ pieces for a total of four pieces. You will use two pieces per card. You will then have two pieces that remain that each measure 3.50″ x 1.50″. Cut these pieces in half so that the pieces measure 1.75″ x 1.50″ for a total of four pieces. You will use all four pieces on one card.
Once we assemble all of the parts for the cards, they will look something like these:
As with yesterday’s cards, I used basically the same supplies, but changed my card base cardstock color, ribbon and an embellishment. Now, if I had used two different patterned pieces for my starting 6″ x 12″ pieces, I would have been able to make more pattern layout variations, including using opposite patterns on the top and bottom of the two similar cards in today’s post.
Here are the Stampin’ Up! products that I used in the design of these cards along with the helpful hyperlinks so you can add these items to your shopping cart quickly:Product List
If you have any questions regarding any of the design elements of these cards, again just ask.
Now I need to plan what I will share with you in the coming days. If you have something special that you would like me to share with you – either a technique or a particular product suite or stamp set – assuming I have what I need, I would be happy to create something for you.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.