What You Can Make from a Single Sheet of Paper – Day 1

Some of you paper crafters are very frugal.  I know, I can be too.  Some of you are also hoarders of your beautiful patterned paper, too afraid to cut into it that it doesn’t get used.  Yup, I’ve done that too.  Well I have a solution for you on how to use one whole sheet of 12×12 paper to make three adorable items great for gift giving.  Over the next three posts I’ll be sharing three projects I made with just one sheet of Designer Series Paper and some scrap pieces of card stock.

Day 1 – Gift Card Envelope

Using a 6×6 piece of your DSP and the Gift Card envelope framelit – Thank You Pam Morris and Brian King as I won this item at the World Card Making Day event earlier this month.  Candy Cane Lane Stampin Up AverysOwlery.com

I used the Stitched with Heart square framelit, the square scallop framelit for the Tin of Tags Sentiment.  The bow is from Pretty Pines. There is no real need to go overboard on the front as the DSP does all the work.

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If you are an avid giver of giftcards, this die should be on your must have list.  You can use it stand alone, as I did here, or adhere it to a card front with the pocket on the ouside for a fun surprise.

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.

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