In today's Facebook Live video replay, you'll see a fun technique using paper strips done 2 ways – one with card stock strips, the other with a piece of DSP cut into strips. A piece of Window Sheet is used as a base for the strips. With so many card stock colors and Designer Series Paper with various card layouts, the possibilities are endless. Enjoy watching my demonstration, the put this technique to use in your own craft room. It's easy and makes creating and sending your handmade cards even more fun. Plus the people who receive your cards are sure to smile with delight and gratitude. So click on the video below then give the floating strips technique a try today.
Confession Time: I have to admit, I totally forgot to "float" the window sheet with card stock strips by adhering it to my card stock with Stampin' Dimensionals. Hello??? You know how much I love using Stampin' Dimensionals, right? I use them on nearly every card I make. Yet, I forgot to use them on my Floating Strips Card above. Ooooops. It's still a pretty card and you get the idea, right!
I adhered DSP strips to Window Sheet in order then cut out a circle from it with the largest Layering Circles Dies and my Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine. Using dies to cut out your Floating Strips adds even more variety and possibilities for creating unique cards.
Yep, my strips are floating on this card! LOL
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FYI: The Sweet As A Peach Bundle and MINI Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine used in this demonstration are on sale in March only along with 12 other bundles. Click here to see all the products included in our Savings are in Bloom Promotion.
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