I squared it all up for Layout #2. I cut the 6x6 Designer Series Paper (DSP) into 2" squares. Two squares were used on card 3, two were used on card 4, four squares were used on card 5, and one square was used on card 12. Here is a picture of the layout:
Two of the cards, 3 & 4, are very similar. Can you see the differences? I prefer #3 over #4. What are your thoughts?
Wonderful Birthday #3
Wonderful Birthday #4
Blushing Bride A-2
Playful Palette DSP 2" Sq. (2)
Whisper White 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)
Playful Palette Washi Tape
This Is the Life Washi Tape (Card #4)
Basic Pearl Jewels
If you make both cards, you need to double the paper listed above, and note that the accessories need to be adjusted per card.
This is a one layer card, meaning that everything is adhered and stamped directly onto the card base. The circled number on the layout refers to the card number where the piece of DSP is placed.
Card number five used four squares, and card twelve used one.
If you would like to see a video showing all 30 cards by yours truly, you can see it at Merla's No Left-Over DSP Layouts.
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