Check out my Facebook Live Replay easy card making with circle punches and DSP! Talk about fast and easy. We made 4 super cards in under 20 minutes!

Watch it now to get all the steps!

Let’s see what we’re going to need to make these fast cards.

Easy Card Making with Circle Punches and DSP

Let me show you the four designs we made together…

Easy Card Making with Circle Punches and DSP from Stampin Up

Simple. Fast. Fun. With gorgeous results. What could be better?

Ok, in the words of Bugs Bunny, “On with the show!”

Easy Card Making with Circle Punches and DSP

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Thick Whisper White – 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored at 5 1/2″
  • coordinating cardstock – Daffodil Delight, Smoky Slate, Old Olive and Soft Suede 4″ x 5 1/4″, scraps at least 2 1/2″ wide
  • DSP – large sheets or cut into strips (although you may but off the images you want to crop)

Which One Would You Make At Home?

Leave me a comment to let me know which one is your FAVE! Then see the stepped up designs a bit further down the page.

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4 Cards in Under 20! Easy Card Making with Circle Punches and DSP

I am really enjoying playing with this Free as a Bird stamp set and suite. Did you see the bird quartet done with Stampin Blends too?

A Challenge For You!

Now be honest…do you have LOTS of DSP ideal for easy card making with circle punches and DSP? Then get ’em out and start playing! I’m officially issuing you a challenge to see how many you can make in an hour! 60 measly minutes! If we could do 4 together in 20, you should get at least 12! Now that’s quick card making!

A Step Up

This one is made by punching the DSP with the 2 1/4″ circle die then using the Layering Circle dies for the white and scalloped circle. Easy, elegant and great for an encouragement card for someone having a bit of a rough time.

I LOVE Easy Card Making with Circle Punches and DSP

The frame here is a scalloped circle die cut with one straight circle smaller. It frames a 2″ image and a 2 1/4″ piece of Daffodil Delight. The polka dot tulle bow is a whimsical addition. TIP: Stamp your words BEFORE you run the cardstock through the Subtle embossing folder.

Quick & Easy Card Making with Circle Punches and DSP

Don’t think you have to limit yourself to DSP alone either. On these two I’ve stamped on a watercolour background then used my punches to but out my main image.

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Keep In Touch

Remember your challenge! Then let me know how many YOU make in an hour. Easy card making with circle punches and DSP is one technique you can come back to again and again with totally different results!

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