Cute DSP card!

DSP Card - Boho BlossomsHi again!

I am off down to Kiama for a FAB FUN day of stamping and hilarity … Believe me … with the two Leonies … there is bound to be hilarity!!! We are doing some more brayering … so I am really excited to learn some more hints to creating better backgrounds! Should be sensational!!! But … before I go … here is one of the cards we created at our class last Saturday! (Has it really taken me a whole week to show you this one???) I do have to acknowledge that I CASED this design from a SWAP that I received at our SU! Convention in May – designed by Jennie Cass. I can’t find a blog for Jennie … but did find some of her designs on Bridget’s blog … my swap was like the pink one at the top (although mine was done in apricot – very pretty!) So … thanks Jennie for this great idea!

DSP Card x 2

Now … this is such a cute card … and so easy to make … I hope you do try it. I guess the best way to show you how to create this card is to just upload some pics. You can see how to score and fold the 15 x 15 cm square of DSP … and then it is just a matter of decorating! But … just remember … if you are using your paper scorer to score … this is PAPER … not CARD!!! Just press ever so lightly to do the scoring. Otherwise you will tear the paper. OR … you could use some of the “Parisian Breeze Specialty” DSP from the Spring Mini … which is almost card thickness and would create some gorgeous samples of this card!!! But … the ordinary DSP is fine … just be a little careful!!! 😉

So … here are some sample pics to help you see how to create these quick and easy cards … And … a card recipe is included below with all the measurements for DSP, Cardstock & scoring lines! Don’t forget … you can click on any of these pics for an enlargement with better detail.

Off to Leonie’s … dum de dum dum dum … Do I sound like Pooh Bear when he has just found some honey??? 😀 Have a great weekend!

Images copyright © Stampin’ Up! ® 1997—2009. Artwork by Andrea Lowcock.

Please click on recipe card below for an enlarged image with easy to read detail.

DSP Fold Card Recipe


  1. How cute!! Cute cards with a sneaky fold – love ’em!
    Andrea adds: Lol … yep! Always a “wow”, too! Hugs xxx


  2. Lynda says:

    Now I have seen what Christine has achieved. They are too cute Andrea and the possibilities are endless. A special and v personal way to coney a sentiment. TFS so v v much. BTW…..had better watch out for the download grinch….3 posts in quick succession….tsk, tsk, tsk…:)
    Andrea adds: I told Gav that I call him the megabyte nazi!!! 😀 But … the download grinch is another good one!!! 😀 LOL … will try and be a little more self disciplined! hugs xxx


  3. Regina says:

    hello Andrea

    what fantastic fold cards! I have never seen this fold!
    A creative day with friend is always a day of fun!
    Your background with the lovely little stamp is great!
    Sweet greetings – Regina
    Andrea adds: It’s always nice to share something and find out that blog friends haven’t seen it before!!! Thanks for your kind feedback … and yes … we had LOTSA FUN!!!


  4. hey we had lots of hilarity didnt we?? we will have to do it again soon! Cute cards Andrea and thanks for making the trip down it was great to spend some time with you again 😀
    Andrea adds: ooooh … thank YOU, Leonie!!! I had such a great time!!! And … was very satisfied with all that I learnt! Just wish my kids hadn’t stolen my camera … so I could have better memories of the day! How was Sunday??? I bet I missed another great day! Hugsxxx


  5. amy Fleming says:

    Wow !!! These cards look fantastic a big wow factor!!!
    Andrea adds: Yes … Big wows! … and so quick & easy!!! FAB project for make & takes!


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