Wow, how is it already August 27th? Does anyone else feel like this month just flew right by? Like, many of you, I'm in back to school mode! I almost forgot about the hop...thank goodness I didn't. I look forward to this each month and I hope you do too!
This months hop is All About the Paper! I love Stampin Up's DSP. At times I do not even use it because I love it too much to cut up! This year, when I have had the time, I have focused on using supplies I've had on hand...and that includes all my paper. I am exciting this month to share with you these projects featuring some new DSP.
Grab a favorite drink, sit back and hop along! There are so many fun projects featuring paper in this Hop. If you joined me from Teri Pocock's blog...thank you for continuing on. And after viewing my blog, be sure to continue to Tiziana Milano's.
I am really exciting to share with you the projects for this month's Blog Hop. They both feature products from Stampin Up's Annual Catalog. I used the Pattern Party DSP pack which is an exclusive pack of paper for hostesses only. It's a fun pack of paper that has colorful patterns on one-side and black and white on the other. I also kept the stampin to a minimum to really showcase the paper.
I made a Fun-Fold Pop-Up Card - I never made one before and wanted to try it out!
Pale Papaya card base 4 1/4x11 - on the 11' side score at 4 1/4 and 5 1/2
DSP 6x6 and 4x5 1/8
Pale Papaya Ribbon
Basic White for stamping
DSP to punch out hearts
Please refer to the video I provided for card assembly
I also made an envelope to match! I used my retired Stampin Up Envelope Punch Board. Just follow for a 4 1/4x5 1/2 card.
I love the bag its a great size - 3x7x 1 1/2 you can fill it with lots of treats. It come together to so quick. So if you needed to make a bunch, you could get them done easily.
DSP 9 1/2x10 be sure the pattern is facing in the right direction and that is your 9 1/2 side
on the 9 1/2 side score at 1 1/2, 4 1/2, 6 & 9
on the 10' side score at 1 1/2 and 8 1/2
Fold and burnish your score lines
Decide what side you want to be visible and fold down one of the 1 1/2 score lines to show the other side of the paper.
Trim up the bottom score lines and assemble as you would a box/bag.
Refer to the video for assembly directions!