I bet you’ve heard the term, but have you ever wondered “What is DSP?” I’m going to give you all the details in my new Crafty Questions feature! Video answers to your paper crafting questions!

Have you seen beautiful cards like this one made almost entirely of gorgeous patterned paper?

I Answer this Question in my VIDEO What is DSP?
Hydrangea Hill Designer Series Paper Does All the Work

So simple and lovely as the focal point on any card.

Or perhaps you’ve seen fun cards like this with a cool patterned background Oh So Ombre paper?

VIDEO What is DSP?
A Cute Card with Patterned Background Paper

DSP is our cute little acronym for Stampin’ Up!’s patterned paper. It is short form for Designer Series Paper.

Let me tell you a bit more about it in my quick Crafty Question video.

What is DSP?

Click the triangle to find out everything you need to know about DSP!

One of the great ways I like to play with DSP is to make an envelope for a slimline card. Click here to see a video to show you how to do it too.

Or decorate up a cute matchbox treat box like we did over on my Facebook Group, Design with Jo VIPeeps. Click the image to join to see the how-to!

Video to Answer the Question What is DSP?
DSP Decorates a Fun Treat Box

Or you might need a quick masculine card for someone special made with the In Good Taste paper. Click the image to read more about this card.

What is DSP?
Create Cool Textures with Designer Series Paper

Have You Got a Crafty Question?

I’d love to give a crack at answering any of your paper crafting questions. Feel free to send me an email at [email protected]!

Thank You

Did you get a chance to take a peek at the video? Thanks for watching!

I’m going to leave you with one more design I love made with designer series paper. This Christmas idea is created with the Poinsettia Place DSP.

Wanna know What is DSP?

I hope you grabbed an idea or two to start creating beautiful designs with DSP. And now you won’t need to wonder any longer What is DSP?

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