I have been enjoying the new Corrugated Paper from the annual catalog lately. But, honestly, ANYTHING paired with the Cherry On Top Designer Series Paper Stack can’t go wrong!
Corrugated Paper: When using the Corrugated Paper in the Big Shot like I did here, you’ll want to use a new cutting pad on top of the framelit. Usually an old pad isn’t too big of a deal, but the fluting on this Corrugated Paper is soft, and it shows every crease and line on the cutting pad. This card front is cut to exactly 3 x 3 to cover the front of the Whisper White card. With two 12 x 12 sheets of both Kraft and White in every pack of Corrugated Paper…well, that’s a lot of cards!
Give it some POP: Everyone knows that Stampin’ Up’s Dimensionals are the bomb! We probably all use them on just about every project, and this is no exception. I popped up the Corrugated Paper frame, and then popped up the items stuck inside the frame, too. Great dimension!
A Speedo just for you: If you try this type of card, you’ll probably find that you need to trim the bottom of the focal point in the frame (i.e., the candles or the onesie). If you trim the onesie just right you’ll have a perfect Speedo for your favorite swimmer’s next card (this is a joke, people):
Stamp Sets: Build a Birthday, Something for Baby, Something to Say
Papers: Corrugated Paper, Watermelon Wonder, Whisper White, Cherry on Top DSP Stack
Inks: Bermuda Bay, Cucumber Crush, Crushed Curry, Watermelon Wonder
Accessories: Baby’s First Framelits, Deco Label Collection Framelits