In our Facebook Live this week we showed how to use diecuts and DSP to make a handmade card. Were you there 🤗?

I wanted to show you a fun way to play with the diecuts. So we coloured, glued and embellished them for a vibrant and cheery card.

Here are just a couple comments from our viewers:

  • Very pretty cards!
  • Great colour combo!
  • Lovely samples. Thanks for the inspiration.

You might want to check out all my lives. I love to share easy and fun items like this with you all the time. You can find me every week either on my Facebook Page or on my YouTube Channel , both a 1 pm Mountain Time.

Even better? Join my email list so you know exactly where I’ll be bringing your my latest free class so you can take part!?

What We Made

The Dainty Delight Bundle is one of your faves from the 2023 Spring Mini Catalogue.

Buuuuut…I have heard a few of you say it is a bit more challenging to create with than you thought!

So, I wanted to show you a card today made with maybe some of the different dies than you’ve seen so far.

PLUS, I shared all kinds of samples also made with this bundle!

Use Diecuts and DSP to Make a Handmade Card

This bundle is out of stock at the moment, but we’re assured it will be available to order again next week, March 20th!

OK, I’ve kept you in suspense long enough!

Here’s the card we made over in our FB Live the other day!

Use Diecuts and DSP to Make a Handmadel Card

Since the cards I design live are always a little bit different than the one I mades as a sample, I’m never sure how they’re going to turn out!

So I was thrilled when this one looked so great with that bright Mango Melody patterned paper in the background!

OK, let’s see that video! It’s been edited so you can get right to the good stuff!

Use Diecuts and DSP to Make a Handmade Card

Even if you’ve never created cards with diecuts before, I show you how easy it is in my video class.

Click the triangle to see how to make one now!

Here are the other two designs I showed you in the live too. Just a slightly different look with the different patterned papers, especially the animal print one, wouldn’t you say?

Out of all three, our participants loved the one we made together the most!

I gave you some tips about why I cut the paper the way I did, and where I placed the flowers. Do you remember what they were? Leave me a comment!!

Click here to leave a comment.

How Can You Take Part in My Live Classes?

A few different ways!

  1. Come join in the live and add your two cents to the creation of our design.
  2. Share the videos, either while I’m live or after, with your crafting friends so they can come join in too!
  3. Become a VIPeep (a super fun group of crafters) and take part in my polls and questions for what we’ll play with in an upcoming episode.
  4. Catch the replay and make as many comments as you like – I love it when you do!

Let’s see how many people we can get viewing at any one time!

Look how vibrant these colours are, yet soft in other spots! That’s what’s so great about how we applied the colour! YOU control it!

Use Diecuts and DSP to Make a Handmadel Card
Create bold or soft colour with sponge daubers and ink pads

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Regency Park DSP – 3 3/4″ x 5″, cut according to the video at 1 1/8″
  • Basic White – 2 pieces 4″ x 5 1/4″, scraps (I like Thick Basic White for the scraps) – see why in the video!
  • Sweet Sorbet – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 5 1/2″

For my sample, I used the Delicate Desert DSP for both the front cut panel and the matting. It created a much softer look.

If you’d love to make it with the same items I used, simply click here to pin, print or order to have it shipped directly to your home. I really appreciate you choosing me as your Canadian Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and ordering your craft supplies from me!

Here’s a final look at the one the Facebook ladies liked the best!!

Use Diecuts and DSP to Make a Handmadel Card
A favourite from the Facebook viewers!

And if you liked this card and would like another idea with this bundle, take a peek at this pretty handmade thanks card for a friend.

I’d love for you to use diecuts and DSP to make a handmade card – give the cutting and colourng a try and be sure to share your design over on my Facebook page,