This is a quick and easy way to use up some of your stash and create batches of twelve colourful cards at a time. I chose the Silhouette Designer Series Paper because of it's bright and cheerful colour palate, and I choose coordinating colours from that DSP for my card bases.
I've received such a positive response from this post that I have produced a PDF tutorial for you to follow to make these your own.You can get it HERE
, or find it over in my Tutorial Downloads section with other FREE tutorials
you might like to try.
This makes a great class or an event make and take because it doesn't matter how you mix and match the DSP - they all work together, so you don't have to worry about everyone having the same three pieces. These cards cost just 45 cents each to make - 54 cents with an inside card matte included too and you have over 2000 possible combinations in one pack of DSP.