I just received Stampin’ Up’s  new Shimmer Detailed Laser-Cut Paper, and I couldn’t wait to put it to use. I ended up with a “two-for-one;” two cards from one section of Designer Series Paper.

Card Number One:

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Laser-Cut Blooms

 

Card Number Two:

Stenciled Blooms

 

I began with card number two, by cutting a section from the Laser-Cut DSP, and snipping the pattern free from the frame.

 

Next, I held the floral pattern (stencil) in place on Whisper White Cardstock, and used Sponge Daubers to apply ink to the flowers and greenery in two colors: Pineapple Punch and Granny Apple Green.

“Thanks” was cut using a Well Written Die from Thick Whisper White Cardstock, colored with a Sponged Dauber and Night of Navy Ink.

My colors were inspired by Global Design Project.

I chose Granny Apple Green for the card base, layered with Whisper White Cardstock that I embossed with the new, Eyelet Lace Embossing Folder.

 

My number one, Laser-Cut card, developed from the ink colored, “stencil.” I placed it on the same Eyelet Lace embossed layer, on a Granny Apple Green card base.

 

“Friend” is also from the Well Written Die Set, and colored in Night of Navy Ink.

 

I’ve always liked the look of stenciling, and it’s a fun way to use this Laser-Cut DSP. Getting two cards from the process is a bonus!

 

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