Triple Column Card Create with DSP Well Suited Paper Projects
Today is Part Three of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the Well Suited papers! Choose the papers you want to use, create a triple column card, and then create a stack.
Masculine cards are notorious for being more difficult to create, so why not rely on some pattered paper that takes the guess work out of the design process?
This is part of a series of card recipe posts showing different card styles that will showcase your favorite Designer Series Paper (DSP) and help anyone with intimidation when it comes to using it! To see them all, click here!
Begin here by clicking and get yourself ready to make a stack of cards from your Designer Series Paper! In that post, Sand & Sea Designer Series Paper was showcased, and how to coordinate cardstock and narrow down the possibilities to just a few matching stamp sets.
Next, we focused on the Hydrangea Hill DSP, and how to use odd-size scraps!
In this post, we are focusing on the Well Suited DSP, with a more masculine feel! Choose the papers you want to use, create a triple column card, and then create a stack.
See below for how to create this Triple Column Card with your Well Suited Designer Series Paper:
How to make a Triple Column Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Cajun Craze: 8 1/2” x 5 1/2”, scored and folded at 4 1/4” for a card base, plus a scrap for the sentiment
- Night of Navy: 5 1/4” x 4”
- Basic White: 5 1/8” x 3 7/8”, plus a scrap for the sentiment
- DSP: (3) – 1 1/2” x 3 5/8”
Put your layers together:
- Adhere your three different DSPs to your white piece of card stock in three columns. I suggest sticking down the middle paper first to make the spacing easier.
- Next, adhere the triple column piece to the Night of Navy. Then wrap twine or ribbon around this piece before adhering it the card base.
Create the Sentiment:
- With Night of Navy ink, stamp the birthday sentiment on a scrap of Basic White card stock. Die cut using a small size label.
- Die cut a medium size label from Cajun Craze card stock. Glue the sentiment onto this label.
- Lastly, adhere the sentiment using dimensionals to the front of your card.
Supplies for a Triple Column Card:
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Interested in other masculine projects? Click on the images below to find the tutorials!