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How to Make Greeting Cards With Paper Cutouts

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Hi my name is Janet Casto and I'm going to show you how to make cards with paper cut outs. I'm an independent demonstrator with Stampin' Up! And this is one of the favorite cards that I love to make using these die cuts. They come out into a sheet in different colors. All you have to do is punch them out. Using a little bit of adhesive, put it on your card. And all I've done here is added a little bit of designer series paper and a saying at the bottom. This way I'll never forget anyone's birthday. These cards are quick and easy. Let me show you another way to use cut outs with your cards. Here I've made a graduation card. I've stamped the graduation cap and cut it out and them adhered it with a penny in the back so it can spin. Everyone loves to get an action card. So there's another way to use cut outs with your cards. The third way that I like to use cut outs with my cards is stamping the design twice, cutting out part of the design and then adding it to the card with dimensions. This way you get a nice 3-D image with your paper cut outs. Paper cut outs are a cute way to add dimension to your card, add movement to your card and I hope you'll try them. They're a lot of fun. I'm Janet Casto with Stampin' Up! your independent demonstrator. Happy stamping.

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