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Creating Birthday Cards!

I have a new church calling- Secretary for the Relief Society Presidency and I used the awesome pad of "Picture Perfect Party Paper" on  page 5 of the 2018 Occasions Catalog to create Birthday cards for the entire year! It only took a couple of hours to make 80 of them! 

These pages are 6x6, I cut them at 3 inches then 5 and a half inches- with some of the patterns I chose to cut a quarter inch from each end but for the all over patterns, I Cut off a half inch, then cut them at 3 inches wide- with the pad of paper I then have double the amount of cards that way! I used our black archival ink for the stamping and some retired pre cut tags.

 

Here are a few photos. It was important to keep them simple and quick!

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 There were about 80 cards total when I finished!  Less than 2 hours- 80 cards in less than 2 hours-  wowza!

 

Picture Perfect Party 6" x 6" (15.2 x 15.2 cm) Designer Series Paper

 

 
 
Picture Perfect Party 6" X 6" (15.2 X 15.2 Cm) Designer Series Paper 145559
Price: $10.00
 

This paper has photographic imagery of everything that a good party needs: balloons, hats, donuts—you name it! The designed imagery on the other side makes you party even more!

* 48 sheets: 4 each of 12 double-sided designs
* 6" x 6" (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
* Acid free
* Lignin free

Coordinating colors: Basic Black, Bermuda Bay, Berry Burst, Lemon Lime Twist, Peekaboo Peach, Pool Party, Whisper White

Please Click on the shopping cart to place your STAMPIN UP! online order. All orders are shipped using UPS directly to YOU!

Celebrating 14 years with Stampin Up!

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