Have you ever tried colouring diecuts to match your DSP? You’ll be amazed how it instantly adds dramatic colour to your card design! They’ll just POP right off the page and WOW your card recipients! I’ve got it all for you in my latest JO-Tips video.

You know how you don’t want to “just” have a boring old cardstock die? You’d love something with just a bit more pizzazz and polish to take your card from so-so to stunning?

You might already know all about adding more than one colour to your rubber stamp before you stamp the image. Like I shared in this cool rubber stamping technique everyone will love!

But have you ever tried this?

It’s a way to get your die element to PERFECTLY match your patterned paper, without any hassle.

This is an excerpt from a recent Facebook Live video. And I pulled out just the technique so you could see how you can add it into your own paper crafting repertoire!

Colouring DieCuts to Match Your DSP

The first – and important – step to note? You want to start with Basic White (or Very Vanilla) cardstock for the primo effect. Another tip? Use thick cardstock for the best results.

Then let your colour creativity take you wherever you want to go!

Colouring DieCuts to Match Your DSP

Click the triangle to find out how to become a colouring artist in mere minutes!

You can see the complete finished project over on this blog post: use diecuts and DSP to make a handmade card.

Don’t miss the other layout version you can see there too. It gives you another totally different option for a cool card!

Any TIPS You’d Like to Share?

Together let’s make all our stamping community better! If you’ve got a fun tip you think others would really benefit from, leave me a comment. Then I’ll see about putting it into a JO-Tips video format and give you credit!

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I’ll Be Back Soon!

Thanks for dropping in and watching my latest tip video!

I hope you found this JO-Tip one you can add into your own stamping toolkit. I think you’ll find it’s a great way to add an even more personalized touch to your handmade designs. Try it on scrapbook pages or home decor pieces too!

If you’d love to see more quick and easy video tips, besides colouring diecuts to match your DSP, be sure to drop in on my JO-Tips YouTube playlist with a simple little click here.