Today I am featuring the Cut & Shuffle Technique. This method is great for creating some quick and easy cards. And I have FIVE different sets of cards to show you!
First, you select the Designer Series Paper you want to use. Second, you cut the paper following the given measurements. Third, you shuffle the Designer Series Paper over your layer of cardstock and glue them down. Fourth, you adhere your cardstock layer to your cardstock. And finally, you add whatever decorative elements or sentiments you want.
Fancy Flora Cards
I was afraid that my Designer Series Paper choice would be too busy. But I love how these cards turned out.
More Cut & Shuffle Cards
These cards were made using the Day At The Farm Designer Series Paper and the On The Farm Bundle. I am obsessed with farm animals!
I was so excited to play with the Dainty Flowers Designer Series Paper and the Dainty Delight Bundle!
And my Favored Flower cards. I seriously disliked this paper until I played with it! Now I am a fan. 🙂
The Sun Print cards are where it all began for me.
I hope that you enjoyed learning this technique. It is a really fun one! As always, remember to be kind, send a car, and do something creative!
- Fancy Flora Designer Series Paper: http://bit.ly/3kmY8ob
- Two-Tone Flora Bundle: http://bit.ly/3IPsnNU
- Something Fancy Bundle: http://bit.ly/3SG9vEJ
- 2022-2024 In Color Twine: http://bit.ly/41lxnkM
- Orchid Oasis Cardstock: https://bit.ly/3R6bkJ6
- Basic White Thick Cardstock: https://bit.ly/3bm4BJ1
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- 4 Card Bases: 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
- 4 Different Patterns of DSP
- 4 Cardstock Layers: 4″ x 5 1/4″
- 4 Basic White Layers for inside if needed: 4″ x 5 1/4″
- Scraps for tags and images
- Begin with your Designer Series Papers. Stack them. Cut them all at one time to 3 3/4″ x 5″.
- With the 3 3/4″ side at the top of your trimmer, cut at the 2″ mark.
- Keep the 2″ strip on the trimmer and rotate it so the 5″ side is at the top. Cut at 2″. Remove these pieces from the trimmer. Make two stacks.
- Grab the 1 3/4″ strip stack and put it back on the trimmer, keeping them aligned. Place the 5″ side along at the top of the trimmer. Cut at the 1 1/2″ mark.
- Keep each size together.
- Distribute them on each 4″ x 5 1/4″ cardstock layer, varying the designs. Reference the video as needed.
- Secure the pieces on the layers with the adhesive of your choice.
- Assemble your cards. You can use dimensional or not. Add embellishments.