Today I’m sharing a bunch of cards I made with the Share Sunshine PDF download. Last week, Sara Douglas, CEO of Stampin’ Up! hosted a Facebook Live session as part of SU’s Virtual Day of Service. All employees were given a kit and an instruction sheet to make cards to send to family, friends and those on the frontline in the pandemic. Demonstrators and customers were able to join Sara from her home as she and her family made their cards. The instruction sheet includes a template for cutting a piece of 12″ x 12″ sheet of Designer Series Paper and some suggested card layouts. You can use any DSP in your collection for this project. I chose to use two sheets from the Peaceful Poppies DSP, which will be retiring next week. I made ten cards that I will be sending out. They were quick and easy to put together and I had fun making them.
I printed out the pages I chose to use on Whisper White cardstock and in my printer settings I used one of the premium settings because the cardstock is heavier than a regular sheet of paper. All of the greetings on front and insides of the cards are cut from the PDF download using a variety of punches and dies. I also added some bakers twine and some of the Peaceful Poppies Elements. NO stamping is required!
If you’d like to view the replay of Sara’s Facebook Live session, click here.
Click here for the PDF instruction sheet that includes the cutting template.
This initiative is part of Stampin’ Up!’s Make a Difference program and 100% of the proceeds from the purchase of the download will go directly to the World Health Organization’s COVID Solidarity Response Fund and United Way’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund. The cost of the download is $12. Click here to purchase the download. Once your purchase goes through you will receive the download via email.
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