Monday, September 28, 2015

OSW Tutorial Series, Part 4

For today's OSW card, let's take a peek at Christmas.  Instead of making our own papers, we're back to using a beautiful DSP.  This one is called Home for Christmas.   
You'll be dividing this one up into 2" strips, so you'll be able to get 12 cards from one sheet of DSP!  Now, that's great bang for your buck!  You'll have 6 scraps left over (1 X 2") that you can use together on a card or other project.
Dividing your DSP this way is a great plan for making a lot of Christmas cards.  The Real Red strip behind the DSP is cut 1/4" inch wider on EACH side of the DSP.
The ornament is cut from Real Red CS and then attached over a solid ornament shape cut from our Red Foil Sheets.
If you look back at the top photo, you'll see that I did decide to color in the top of my ornament with a silver marker.  You can decide which way you'd like to make yours.  The Silver Cording is just looped behind the ornament. 
This is a very quick and easy card to make, which is a good design to use if you're planning on making a bunch of cards for Christmas, or any special occasion.
I have a few more parts to this series, so keep coming back to see what's next.  Leave me a comment if you have questions or suggestions. 

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