Craft Classes Designer Series Paper Stampin' Up! Technique

Three-ways With 6×6 DSP

Three cards using 6x6 DSP.
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How to cut your 6x6 DSP.
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DSP, dies and brush.
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Sky is the Limit stamp set.
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Three-ways with 6×6 DSP is our card making technique today.

I love working with 6×6 because it’s the perfect size for card making. Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed when you’re working with a bigger sheet of DSP? With a smaller size, you’ll be most inclined to use your paper.

Here’s how I made my cards:

  1. Cut a 2 inch strip on one side of the 6×6 DSP. Set aside the bigger piece.
  2. For the bigger piece, use an oval die to cut a hole. Set aside the left-over oval.
  3. Attach them on 3 separate card bases and stamp a greeting using the Sky is the Limit stamp set.
  4. Embellish with die cut butterfly, heart and flowers. Add sequins or gems for a finishing touch.

Isn’t it clever? I love one-sheet wonders like this. What do you like about DSP? I love it’s double-sided feature the most. Do you have other ways of cutting DSP to make cards? Do you have a lot of left-overs or do you use up everything?

What other projects do you use your 6×6 DSP for? I use them a lot in my bullet journal, scrapbooking and gift-wrapping too.

I hope that you enjoyed this three-ways with 6×6 DSP technique and that you’ll give it a go.

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