With the new catty coming out it's time to say goodbye to my Designer Series Paper. Of course I "needed" every last design that Stampin' Up offers so I've accumulated a pretty good stash. I've gotten better at using it instead of just admiring it but I find at the end of the catty year I'm left with some of my favorites...the ones I couldn't bring myself to cut into. Well this year I found a solution I'm quite happy with. I picked a sheet of my favorite DSP and one sheet of coordinating card stock to make this card set which includes a gift card holder, card, envelope made the the envelope punch board and a tag. These sets are so quick to make I'm burning through my DSP stash and I'll have plenty of room for some new stock.
This was the make and take at our last demo meeting and it took less than an hour for each person to complete their set. I instructed everyone to come to the meeting with a sheet of their favorite DSP and a sheet of coordinating card stock and I supplied the Whisper White and Ribbon. This project will be perfect for a Retirement Open House. It doesn't require any prep time, so I can cut the Whisper White as needed and guests can choose their DSP from my retiring stash and cut their own.
Here are a couple of sample sets and instructions you can download with a supply list, cutting instructions and step by step instuctions to make this card set.