Handmade Cards

Designer Series Paper Sale and the Pick Six Wonder

Paper lovers get excited! We have a selection of Designer Series Paper (patterned paper) on sale at 15% off from now until the 2nd of August! And to celebrate, we demonstrators were lucky to participate in an online card class using the #picksixwonder cutting guide.

You’ll need a selection of DSP (6 sheets of 6 x6), a selection of coordinating card stock (7 sheets of A4), and 1 sheet of Basic White or Very Vanilla, to make 14 gorgeous cards using this cutting guide.

Why not click on the images below to download each brochure, stock up on DSP during the sale and gather a group of friends for a fun night of crafting? You’ll love watching the designs come together, especially when you all choose different DSP and coloured card bases – the variety from the same template will amaze you!

Here’s a short list of things you’ll need to complete your “Pick Six Wonder” cards…


□ 1 pack of Designer Series Paper* (You’ll need 6 sheets of 6 x 6)
□ 7 sheets of plain, coordinating cardstock
□ 1 sheet of Basic White or Very Vanilla Cardstock
□ Coordinating or greeting stamp set
□ Ink pad
□ Punch or Dies (for greetings)
□ Coordinating ribbon
□ Adhesive, Paper Trimmer, Paper Snips

Here are three of the card designs that I completed from the template, and for those of you who follow my socials, you’ll know that simple cards are not my go-to – and this class was SO GOOD FOR ME! I did step up one of each of the designs with an additional dry embossed mat, and a few jewels, but I have to say, I actually love the simple designs without the added embellishment!

Design 1

Design 2

Design 3

I love that these cards encourage you to use your stash of DSP. It’s so freeing to cut up that gorgeous patterned paper and these card layouts really let it shine!

Don’t miss out on 15% off a selection of gorgeous DSP packs (shop the sale here) and have a crafty weekend!

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