Wild Wheat DSP Card InColor 2023 Color
A Wild Wheat DSP card showcases the new In-Color Wild Wheat, matching designer series paper (DSP) AND the cool Tile Mixup Technique! Here’s how to make a stack of these sunny monochromatic cards with the Circle Sayings stamp bundle and a 2023-2025 In-Color.
This Tile Mix-Up Technique — also called the Shuffle technique, lets you show off some great designer series paper!
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Today’s card showcases the gorgeous new In-Color Wild Wheat! If you are in my In-Color Club this year, you received not only all of the goodies in this color, but also this card! Check out my recent cards created with other new In-Colors — Moody Mauve and Copper Clay!
My favorite part of cards like this that do a mixed-up tile of DSP is that it’s easy to cut just a little bit of DSP (or use scraps) for a single card or to cut a few sheets to create multiple matching cards in a snap.
See below for how to create a Wild Wheat DSP Card:
How to make this Wild Wheat DSP Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Very Vanilla: 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, folded at 4-1/4”, 2-3/8” circle
- Wild Wheat: 4” x 5-1/4”, and a 1/2” strip for the sentiment
- Double-Sided DSP: 2 different pieces — 3-1/2” x 4-3/4”
TIP: When using a white or vanilla cardstock for a cardbase, consider using the Thick options.
Create your Tiled DSP Background:
- From each of your 3-1/2” x 4-3/4” DSP pieces, slice them in half long-ways, so you have 4 strips that are 1-3/4” x 4-3/4”.
- Next, cut 1-3/4” squares off the end of each of your strips.
- With 4 different pieces of your DSP, adhere them down to your layering piece of Wild Wheat cardstock.
Create the Focal Circle:
- On a 1/2” scrap of Wild Wheat (this can be from your full-size sheet when you cut the 4” x 5-1/4” layers), stamp your sentiment using black ink. Next, adhere it towards the bottom of your Tiled DSP background, adhere the background to your card front and trim off any excess.
- On your scrap of vanilla, stamp the water and sun scene. Use the “write” side of your Wild Wheat marker to draw the sun lines and color in the sun. Then use a light blue marker to color in the waves. Punch it out with the 2-3/8” circle punch. Lastly, adhere it to the center of your card front with dimensionals.
Supplies for a Wild Wheat DSP Card:
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