Stretch your white paper, 3
Today is the third installment in a series on stretching your supplies and jazzing up basic white cardstock. Today I’ll be creating my own colored cardstock and using Birch Press layered dies to create some cards. Please continue reading to learn how I turned the DCS 12x12 sheets into these beautiful and colorful cards. The paper products were supplied by Cut Card Stock. Check out their website for some great paper deals.
Second in a series of techniques to push paper limitations
Hello friends. Thank you for joining me today. This post is also featured on the CutCardStock blog. I am an influencer for CutCardStock and have received some paper products in exchange for this post. For today's post, I will share with you using 12x12 white paper to create textured backgrounds and color with Copics. Please read along for how I assembled these two cards today. Affiliate links are included at no cost to you. If you choose to use these links, I may receive a small commission at no cost to you. Thank you for your support.
Post for Cut Card Stock.com
That time is here...stressing over valentines for your children's classmates. I end up dreading this every year and waiting until the last minute to get something done. This year in my quest to actually organize and do things ahead of time, I decided to start my project a bit early. This also coincided with my first blog post for CutCardStock.com as an influencer. I am excited to be working with them. I purchase a lot of my basic cardstock, especially Neenah solar white papers and envelopes, from them. CutCardStock.com has a lot of variety and they can do custom cutting on site. I decided to use 12x12 sheets of their DCS white and show ways to stretch that white cardstock. Please read on to see what I made.
Influencer for Cut Card Stock
I am pleased to announce I have been invited by Cut Card Stock to be an influencer for the next few months. I like Cut Card Stock because of their customer service as well as their selection of paper especially Neenah. I’m looking forward to sharing how I use their products in my projects.
I was sent some products to try. Here is what I chose from their website.
Thank you for joining me today. I hope you check out CutCardStock. Although I was provided with some materials, I am not an affiliate for CutCardStock. The links inside the post are provided to you for your convenience. Have a crafty day.
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