cards, Catalogues, Stampin' Up!, Techniques


Wednesday’s WOW! #109.  Today I have a cool tip for you.  How to create 3 different look cards by cutting one card piece in different ways.  I thought it was so clever and just wanted to share it with you.  It makes it very quick to put some cards together.

These cards are created by Stampin’ Up! artists using the Moving Along Stamp set but it’s a great idea that you could use with any stamp set.

Stampin' Up! Moving Along stamp set

You have the standard card size and a piece of Designer Series Paper which is the same for each card.  The Designer Series Paper is approximately 7.6cm x 12.7cm (3″ x 5″).  By cutting the white card you can create the different looks.

The Whisper White Cardstock is 9.5cm x 9.5cm (3-3/4″ x 3-3/4″)

1. The first card the white card is as is and the image stamped on the piece.   This is raised up off the card with Dimensionals.

2.  On the second card the white card is cut into four squares measuring 4.8cm x 4.8cm (1-7/8″ x 1-7/8″) and then stamped within the squares.  Each square is raised up off the card with Dimensionals.

3.  On the third card the white card is cut into three strips measuring (9.5cm x 3.2cm (3-3/4″ x 1-1/4″) and stamped. The stamped strips are raised up off the card using Dimensionals.

What a clever idea! I can’t wait to try this idea with some other stamps. I hope you find this idea helpful. If you try this idea be sure to send me a photo at  I would love to see them.

What do you think of this fun Moving Along Stamp set?? I wish I had little kids to use this set.  It is so cute.

In Australia?  You can buy this set (or any of the other awesome products) in my store now -> HERE.  I would be happy to help you with your order if you would like me to order for you. Just drop me an email at

Have a great day,



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