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Stampin' Up! New Horizons Card

I have a great paper saving tip for you! The stunning New Horizons Papers are 6×6 inch size so you want to make the most of the four sheets of the same design you get in your paper pack. Looking at my card above you would naturally think it was created using two of those precious four sheets in this particular pattern. What you don’t know is what is underneath that top layer of card and paper!

Stampin' Up! New Horizons Card

The top layer of paper has actually been die cut from the sheet of paper underneath. The card mat has been sized large enough to hide the deficit and at the same time creates a visual impact behind the top paper design. And it is all done with the one sheet of New Horizons paper!

The dies used are the Stitched Rectangle dies. These dies are all perfectly proportioned to layer with each other. It is a must have die set. You will wonder what you did with out them! Card colours used are Night of Navy and Blackberry Bliss. The sentiment is die cut using a new set of stitched dies from the new Annual Catalogue Stylish Shapes. These dies are one of the 17 new stand alone dies in the new catalogue. Make sure you check out the die section of the new Annual Catalogue to see them all. The greeting is from a versatile set of 21 greetings, Through it Together.

Stampin' Up! New Horizons Card

My May Class in a Kit features the lovely New Horizons Papers. In the kit you receive 24 sheets of the New Horizon Papers (1/2 a pack), card stock, die cuts, punch shapes and embellishment to create six cards using your New Horizon papers. You also receive a PDF tutorial taking you through the six cards to be created. The kit is $30. Sign up closes May 20. See the cards here in another post. To sign up send me a message via the Contact me tab at the top of the page.

Todays card gives you an idea on how to use some of the remaining papers in your class kit. I love the colours and the paper design that I used for this card. I hope you are excited to try out this paper saving tip on your card creations.

Happy Crafting!

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