Your card designs are going to get [even more] rave reviews when you start cardmaking with Stampin Up Delightfully Detailed laser cut paper. Just little touches of this fabulous paper immediately elevate your projects from great to “over-the-top WOW!!!”
I’ve got a lovely design to share with you today plus a swap my friend Anita shared at our last downline meeting. Let’s get started!
This full-size A2 card (4 1/4” x 5 1/2”) has striking detail behind the peek-through window. As an extra special touch, the leaves and berries are peeking over the edge of the framelit window to draw attention to the sentiment.
At first glance, you may have thought I used a detailed thinlit.
And your next thought might’ve been “That’s just WAAAY too much work for me.” Let me show you the secret!
This paper is deee-vine, not to mention a great deal. You get 8 sheets, 4 of each design. One side is Whisper White and the reverse is Very Vanilla (like I used on my card) so it will coordinate with all your paper crafting projects.
And I only used about 1/8th of one 12”x12” sheet for this card so you’ll get LOADS of projects made with one little package. (Don’t you love when you can use the word economical and crafting in one sentence?😄)
The other sheet has different designs perfectly sized for the beautifully watercoloured notecards as part of the Delightfully Detailed Suite.
Surprisingly, this card didn’t take HOURS and HOURS to make. BUT it will look like you SLAVED over your design! Just a few little snips with your scissors or a quick cut with your Stampin’ Trimmer is all it takes to add this fabulous paper to your projects!
Stampin’ Up! shows us the suite and gives some great tips for working with this paper in this video.
Pssst…Bet you noticed some DIY linen finish cardstock on my A2 card right? (I told you it was my new fave 😋). Unlike this card, my Blushing Bride paper was run through the Big Shot only one time. Get more hints on creating your own linen finish cardstock here.
Do you recognize the window framelit and the sentiment tag I used? They’re from the new Stitched Labels set. And while the stitching detail really is pretty (take a closer peek at the tag), I decided I more wanted the shape for my window to echo some of the flower shapes in the laser cut paper.
So run to your craft area and get your snips out! Now it’s your turn to take your own paper crafted designs to “over-the-top WOW” with this beautiful paper. Simply click here to order and have yours delivered directly to your door in about a week so you can start playing.
Cardmaking with Stampin Up Delightfully Detailed Laser Cut Paper
Now let’s take a peek at my friend Anita’s card she swapped at our last team stamping party.
Isn’t it gor-JUSS? (She “totally ‘CASEd’ this card from Gail Ellis” who designed this project in several colours.) Again, just a little snip (even LESS than on my design) instantly amps up the card.
CASE stands for Copy and Share Everything and it’s perfectly acceptable in the stamping world. And it’s the highest form of flattery when you love a design enough to recreate one for yourself. Give it a try with this card!
Remember when laser-cut cards were all the rage? I’m probably dating myself, but it was about 15-20 years ago. I still have a couple purchased laser-cut cards ferreted away for a rainy day.
But now you don’t have to wait for a rainy day. You can create your own designs with our latest designer series paper. Give it a try! I know you’re going to have such FUN cardmaking with Stampin Up Delightfully Detailed laser cut paper.