Here’s a quick and easy Thank You card made with leftover Designer Series Paper strips. This card is not only super easy to make, but is also a great way to use up those small pieces of DSP that you may have laying around! I don’t like to waste ANYTHING, so when my upline posted a challenge for us to create a card very similar to this, I thought it was a great way to use up leftover DSP! You can very easily switch up the look of this card by switching the paper, ribbon, punch, and sentiment. For this one, I used the Sweet Soiree Specialty Designer Series Paper, along with a Thank You sentiment from the Petal Palette stamp set. I also used the 3/8 inch Powder Pink Shimmer Ribbon, Pretty Label Punch, and Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper.
Here are the measurements of the different pieces you will need for this card:
Card Base: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches (scored and folded in half)
DSP strips: 1 x 3 inches each
Backing layer for DSP strips: 3-1/4 x 4-1/4 inches
Punch piece and Glimmer Paper: big enough for whatever punch or die you use for the sentiment (cut the punched glimmer paper piece in half lengthwise and adhere with glue dots to the back of the sentiment. You want it to be offset a bit to look layered).
Once you have all of your pieces, adhere the DSP strips to the backing with Snail Adhesive (or other adhesive of your choice). Adhere a piece of ribbon across the strips, fold the end pieces under, and adhere to the back. Then mount onto your card base. Assemble your sentiment piece and adhere to the card with Dimensionals. For this card, I didn’t want to embellish too much, as the paper has silver foil accents, which I think dresses it up nicely as is. So I just added a couple of silver Metallic Enamel Shapes, and the card was complete! Super easy and quick!
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