• Amy Rich

Last Chance Quick & Easy Card

One thing I love about Stampin' Up!® is that whether you want to make something quick and easy or complicated and time consuming, we've got the supplies needed. Heck, we can even use the same supplies to create something simple or something complicated. It's kind of a cool thing.


So here we are in the last 2 weeks of the January-June 2021 Mini Catalog (JJ21), and there are some amazing products available yet...products with which we can make the simple or the complex. Today, our focus is on something simple. Here are the JJ21 Products I used to create this Quick & Easy card:


There are two pieces of the acetate that coordinates as overlays with two pieces of the Designer Series Paper, so I had the bright idea to use those products for my quick & easy card's base.




I cut the Designer Series Paper (DSP) and the Golden Garden Designer Specialty Acetate both 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". Keep in mind this very important point: The two pieces are designed so that their patterns exactly fit one over the other. It's important to cut pieces from the exact same sections of the 12" x 12" paper and acetate. Fold each in half and next the DSP right inside the acetate to that the patterns coordinate. You can add a little adhesive on each corner of the back of the DSP to keep the two pieces together, but adding the ribbon around both and tying them in a bow will help, too.


Adding a piece of 3 3/4" x 5" Basic White cardstock in the middle of the card allowed for an inside message, and jazzing up a couple of the corners using the Detailed Trio Punch is just right.



A little gold embossed sentiment on a Petal Pink cardstock label adhered to a label on Gold Foil is the perfect final touch to complete the quick & easy card, don't you think?



See below all the items I used on this card, as well as links to those products in my online store.




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