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DSP – Designer Series Paper

Get your 2021 Holiday Mini Paper Share now!

2021 Holiday Mini Paper Share

Do you love Designer Series Paper (DSP)?
Here’s your chance to get a sample from the 2021 Holiday Mini Catalogue!

Once again, the paper in this catalogue is simply GORGEOUS!!
Live in Canada? Sign up now!

Receive 66 pieces of DSP and 66 pieces of coordinating cardstock!

Your paper share will include:

Page #Name of Designer Series Paper# of PiecesSize
9Gingerbread & Peppermint126” x 4”
17Painted Christmas66” x 4”
25Whimsy & Wonder66” x 4”
31Sweet Stockings66” x 4”
37Peaceful Place66” x 4”
45Blackberry Beauty66” x 4”
51Cute Halloween126” x 4”
55Harvest Meadow66” x 4”
57Heartwarming Hugs66″ x 4″
Each piece of DSP will have a piece of a coordinating cardstock668-1/2” x 5-1/2”
2021 Holiday Mini Paper Share

You can get all of this for only $45.00, (plus shipping).
If you are local, you can save the shipping cost and do front deck pick-up.


Per Stampin’ Up! policy, to order, you need to sign up for my “Paper Share” with an email and I will invoice you. 
You are able to pay either through E-transfer or through PayPal (note you can pay with your credit card through Paypal if you wish). I can ship anywhere in Canada with shipping (via Canada Post) extra.

Once you sign up below, you’re on my official list! I will be back in touch on May 1st with your invoice.
Payment will be due within 48 hours of receiving the invoice. Your “Paper Share” will be on its way to you within 5 days of me receiving it from Stampin’ Up! (Please note that with COVID-19 and current shipping challenges, items may be delayed from Stampin’ Up!!)

I’ve created a handy PDF document below with everything you need to know! 
You can get it here.

Here’s what you do next:

Available only through Marilyn Wagner, Independent Canadian Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

2020 – 2022 In Color DSP Makes a Great Tower Card

Front view of tower card

The first time you see a “Tower Card” I’m sure you’ll probably think “that’s difficult”!! I’m here to tell you that it really isn’t very difficult. Once you’ve made the score lines and the cuts, you simply need to crease the folds in the right direction! Do you want to give it a try?

Let’s get started…

For this card, I picked Gray Granite Cardstock and paired it with the Magenta Madness from 2020 – 2022 In Color Designer Series Paper (DSP)! Don’t they look amazing together?

Front view of tower card

These are the products I used:

Stamps: – Colors & Contour (#154994); Ink – Magenta Madness Classic (#153117); Gray Granite Classic (#147118);

Paper, including cutting instructions:
Gray Granite Cardstock (#146983) cut 1 @ 8-1/4 x 5-1/2″ – with 8-1/4″ side at the top, score @ 1″, 2″, 3″, 5-1/4″, 6-1/4″, 7-1/4″ – with 5-1/2″ side at the top of the Paper Trimmer, cut @ 1″ & 2″ between the 1st & 3rd score lines – turn cardstock 180 degrees, cut @ 1″ & 2″ between 1st & 3rd score lines;
2020 – 2022 In Color DSP (#155230) – (2 @ 5-1/2″ x 3/4″) – (2 @ 4-1/4″ x 3/4″) – (1 @ 4-1/4″ x 1-1/4″);
Basic White Cardstock (#159276) – (1 @ 3-1/4″ x 2-1/2″ – decorate as desired for the front) – (1 @ 5-1/4″ x 2″ – decorate for the back if desired);

Accessories: 2020 – 2022 In Color Square Gems (#155572)

  • Instructions:
    • Score as indicated, cut as indicated, fold “valleys & mountains” so the base looks like this when you stand it up and look down on it:
Top down look at tower card
A look from above with the folds in place!

Now you can see where to attach the DSP that you have cut…

Attach the DSP strips – see where they fit by leaving a small border around!
  • Stamp greeting & flower on Basic White piece for the front and the back – attach with adhesive.
  • Embellish with In Color Square Gems

We’re Swinging with a Pop Out Swing Fun Fold Card

Good Morning Magnolia Swing Fold

I’m a huge fan of “Fancy Fold” cards and this one is gorgeous!! I host a “Zoom With Friends” class each week and we were lucky enough to have one of our attendees share the steps to make this card!!

Pop-Out Swing Card
Front Panel

I’m not going to try to cover all the steps we had to do but, if you’re interested, I will host a virtual class via Zoom to teach you. All you have to do is let me know by sending an email to marilyn.wagner@shaw.ca.

For this sample, I let the Designer Series Paper (DSP) do most of the work. I used the colours in the DSP to decide what cardstock colours to use. The Stitched Rectangle Dies and the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine added some detail.

A peek inside…

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Now let’s have a look at the same design with different Designer Series Paper! Which one is your favourite?

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