Thank you card using painted with love scraps of DSP Stampin' Up!

Thank you card using painted with love scraps of DSP Stampin' Up!

I was nearly out of this gorgeous DSP and only had scraps left. So i decided to use them up and make this beautiful card.

I used melon mambo card 8 1/4 x 5 7/8
and 4 @ 1/8 x 6 
Whisper white card 1 @ 4 x 5 3/4 and 
1 @ 3 7/8 x 5 1/2
DSP strip of 1/2 x 6 4 of 4 designs
I marked the smaller of the whisper white at 7/8" at the top on the left hand side, slid the ruler to the mark at 0 and measured to 3 7/8 and marked again, turned and repeated, then with the ruler I drew a cross from one point to the other both ways. Please watch the video for instructions and I hope you give this a go x x

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  1. Love this project Gaynor, what a lovely way to use up beautiful strips of DSP. :O)

  2. I've seen your magic in the past, but this one seems different from the previous ones. Should I try it at home or not? The estimated price of the accessories is 150 euros, but I will only receive 120 euros from my client for the thesis topics for law students project. Can you please offer me some discount

  3. As someone interested in Corporate Law Dissertation Topics, I appreciate the creativity showcased in using painted scraps of DSP from Stampin' Up! to craft thank you cards. It's inspiring to see students finding innovative ways to express gratitude amidst the challenges of the Seattle Public Schools controversy. This initiative not only highlights their artistic talents but also fosters a sense of community and positivity during uncertain times.