Parts & Pieces: On a Slant

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Can we be honest with each other? Some of us have a hard time letting go of our cardstock and Designer Series Paper scraps. They’re too small to use for a card front but too big to throw away. Still, we love them and know we’ll find a use for them sometime.
Here’s your chance! You can use these pretty scraps on cards that you can make in minutes.
Simply cut rectangles on a slant and combine them to create a beautiful card front. If possible, you may want to do as our concept artist did: Find cute images in the Designer Series Paper to punch out or die cut for your focal point—then pop them up with a few Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Need to create multiples in a short amount of time? Simply use this card layout as your template. You’ll have a stack of beautiful cards in no time at all!
We used three Sale‑A‑Bration Designer Series Papers—Beautifully Penned, Peaceful Prints, and Penguin Playmates—to create our fun cards. Remember to let your customers know that they can get these adorable Sale‑A‑Bration Designer Series Papers for free with a qualifying purchase.
However, you may want to use whatever you have on hand so you can make a dent in that scraps collection . . . that we know you have. *wink*

Published by vandacreations

Just love to make greeting cards and other paper art and crafts! Having lots of fun, too much maybe? Teaching and inspiring others to be creative is my other love so here's my way to share!

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