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Tuesday Tip: Cardmaking 101- Undercover Secret

Tip-undercover-secretCardmaking 101 and Undercover Secret may not seem like a likely combination (and, even a little risque)but I'm sure you'll love this tip that's featured today!

Several of the new designer series paper collections in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog have some wonderful images that can be fussy cut or die cut to use on your cardmaking and other paper crafting projects.


Here are the three collections below.  One Christmas themed, one Halloween themed, and one perfect for Autumn paper crafting:

If you are in love with Designer Series Paper as much as me, you'll understand when I say that it's just so hard to cut into that beautiful paper!

Well, today's tip will show you how to get the most of these beautiful paper collections especially when using these special images that can be cut and used as a focal point or lovely accent on your projects.

Let's take a look...


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Was I right?  Isn't this a great tip?  No one who receives your paper crafting/cardmaking projects will ever know this little secret!  Talk about a way to stretch your supplies!...gotta love that!

Ready to go undercover? Here are the designer series papers that you'll need!

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Thanks for tuning in for this week's tip for this undercover secret for cardmaking.


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Melinda Guy

Thanks for the tip Lisa. I love all the paper!

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