How I Get the Most Out of One Sheet of Designer Series Paper

Posted by on February 9, 2016 in Cardmaking, Product Tips and Tricks, Scrapbooking, Tool Time on Tuesday

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The Designer Series Paper Sheet I’m talking about is 12” x 12”, not 6” x 6”. The photos show what I do with one sheet to get the most out of it. I just love the little ice cream cones pattern from the Birthday Bouquet Designer Series Paper (140557)!

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Here are the cutting measurements for my good trusty ol’ Stampin’ Trimmer (126889) and what I do with them:

  • One 8” x 8” sheet for the all-over patterned envelope.
  • Two 5” x 3-3/4” background layers from the 4” x 12” strip.
  • One 6-1/2” x 4” piece for the envelope liner from the 4” x 8” strip.
  • One 12” x 1/4” strip made by cutting down the 4” x 12” strip. Faux ribbon, anyone?
  • One 3-3/4” x 2” piece left from the 4” x 12” strip.
  • One 1-1/2” x 4” piece left from the 4” x 8” strip.

The 1/4” strip could be used on a 12” Scrapbook Page and decorated with ice-cream cone cut-outs. You can make these from the remaining pieces. You could also use the remaining pieces or parts of them to make a tag.

  • Tip for cutting out the ice cream cones from the Designer Series Paper: use the ice cream cone die from the Snow Friends Framelits™ Dies (139664).
  • The size won’t exactly match, but you can get ice cream cone images without fussy cutting!
  • You may have to use Post-It™ Notes to keep the die in place, even on the Big Shot™ Magnetic Platform (130658).

If you need an answer to any question about Designer Series Paper or any other product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.com. I’ll send you the answer and do a post about it. If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.com.

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