Fancy Fold Cards with Patterned Paper

Patterned Paper or Designer Series Paper (DSP) is a favourite of many crafters. So special in fact that we all have hoards of it and don’t tend to use it much. Today I am using a number of the sheets in the Friendly Hello DSP pack which is available with a coordinating stamp set FREE with a qualifying order during the current Sale-a-bration (ending in Australia on 16 March 2022).

Card 1:

  • For this card I have used the Pool Party side as the front. If you look closely you can see that I have coloured in some of the flowers and birds for an added WOW.

Card 2:

This one uses the Petal Pink flowers for the front.

Card 3:

The Granny Apple Green side which I have used for the front of this card has white images. I took stamps from the coordinating Friendly Hello stamp set and stamped over the flowers as well as adding some stamped sprigs and leaves. Some of the flowers were then coloured with a Blender Pen and Petal Pink ink.

Card 4:

Fresh Freesia is showcased on the front of this card.

Card 5:

This paper has colourful floral images for the front of the card.


  • Each card uses a piece of DSP that is 12″ x 6″ and folds to 4″ x 6″ to fit into a standard C6 envelope. They also showcase both sides of the paper.
  • As you can see from these cards, there are so many colours and designs to use in this pack. I have used five of the six double sided designs.
  • Don’t forget that you can always add dimension and texture to your DSP by stamping and / or colouring on it.

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5 thoughts on “Fancy Fold Cards with Patterned Paper

  1. I absolutely love them!! Can you please share the details with me if possible. Thank you in advance. 🙂


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