HDS-Stack-Cut-Shuffle Technique

by ktstamps, 6:11 PM

Today instead of using a sketch, we are doing a technique called Stack-Cut-Shuffle.  I have also heard it called Stack, Slice, Shuffle.  Whatever it's called, it is so much fun to create 3 fabulous cards.

Stack, Cut, Shuffle or Stack, Slice, Shuffle technique Stamp set: Garden Meadow Ink: Memento, Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, Versa Mark, Crushed Curry Cardstock: Orchid Oasis, Basic White, Petal Pink, Meandering Meadows 6" x 6" DSP, Vellum Accessories: Garden Meadow Dies, Stampin Seal, Mono Liquid Glue, Paper Trimmer, Bone Folder, Take Your Pick Tool, Silicone pad, Dimensionals, Paper Piercing Pad, Foam Adhesive Sheets, Adhesive Sheets, Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Night of Navy Border Bordered Ribbon, Highland Heather Combo Stampin' Blends, Pecan Pie Combo Stampin' Blends, Petal Pink Combo Stampin' Blends, Granny Apple Green Combo Stampin' Blends, Light Orchid Oasis and Light Mellon Mambo Stampin' Blends, Crushed Curry Marker, Wink of Stella, Glue dots, 4 Envelopes, Mini Stampin Cut & Emboss Machine

This is the same DSP but I used Crushed Curry as the layer and Blueberry Bushel as the card base!  The cards look totally different!

Of course, I had to do a Stack of Christmas Cards.  I cut the 12" x 12" DSP into 6' x 6" pieces.  Then you only have a little waste.  

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