The Easiest Card Technique, Maybe Ever …

Dear Just Add Ink – I’ve been insanely busy for the last couple of weeks and haven’t had a spare minute to touch base with a challenge.  But when I do – there’s a crazy colour combination!  This one certainly was a challenge – so I’ve gone for simple.  Happy to be back and looking forward to what next week brings, Kelly x

Rip & Flip DSP Technique. JAI290. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com.

Rip & Flip DSP Technique. JAI290. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com.

Rip & Flip DSP Technique. JAI290. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com.

The Rip & Flip DSP Technique – Cut a piece of DSP to fit your card front (mine were cut to 3-7/8″ x 5-5/8″).  Rip a section of the DSP (I ripped the bottom 1/3).  Stick down one part, flip the other over and stick that down so it forms one whole piece again.  I’ve added twine and a sentiment and the card is finished.  See, I told you – the easiest technique!  You could easily make a dozen cards in less than half an hour.  And it shows off our pretty double sided Designer Series Paper perfectly!

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PS, there’s a stamp set missing from the list … because it’s coming up in the new catalogue. Do you know which one?

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9 thoughts on “The Easiest Card Technique, Maybe Ever …

  1. These are both brilliant cards Kelly! I love how you’ve used the DSP both ways with the addition of the linen thread – clean and so clever! Thanks for joining us again at Just Add Ink 🙂

  2. Oh wow – you have done so well to do so many variations. Great to see how the same layout can be done so many ways. Chantell JAI

  3. Simple’s apparently working well for you, Kelly as you’ve defintely made the colours work well together with all your card combinations. Truth be told – when I saw them I thought ‘eeep!’ but they’ve grown on me. Glad you found the time to play along.
    Di 🙂

  4. Pingback: Sunshine & Friendship | kelly kent

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