We’re a few days into Sale-a-bration 2022, and today I’m looking forward to sharing many of the free product options with you. I’ll also be sharing three simple ways you can personalize designer papers, and I’m doing this using a free paper pack you can get right now with any $50 order. Let’s take a look!
3 Easy Ways To Personalize Designer Papers Video
Watch along here as I share several ways to personalize your papers, and see Sale-a-bration free product options up close and personal!
3 Ways To Personalize Designer Papers
Below I’ll share three ways to personalize your designer papers, and I’ll also be highlighting many of the Sale-a-bration free product options. I’ll use (SFPO) to designate that the product I’m talking about is a free product option!
The paper pack I used for these cards is called Silver & Gold 6×6 Specialty Paper (SFPO), and it includes white prints with silver and gold foil accents.
The card bases for the projects come from the Pool Party & Soft Seafoam Cards & Envelopes pack (SFPO).
Now let’s talk about personalizing designer papers!
1. Stamp On Them
For this card I stamped using the Stylish Sketches stamp set (SFPO) onto the gold stripe paper. The nice little greeting is from the Amazing Phrasing stamp set (SFPO) which I’ll share later on.
2. Blend With Blending Brushes
Here I added three colors of ink to the designer paper using blending brushes. The colors I used are Orchid Oasis, Tahitian Tide, and Starry Sky. I created the cute greeting with the Amazing Phrasing stamp set (SFPO).
For this card, I die cut a few waves from the Hippo die set (SFPO). I laid them on top of the designer paper and spritzed with a spritzer filled with water and droplets of ink from the Starry Sky and Pacific Point ink refills. I created the cute hippo with the Hippest Hippos stamp set (SFPO) and I die cut it using the coordinating die set (SFPO).
For even more ways to personalize your printed papers, take a look here.
Take a closer look at the products I used here.Product List
Look at your designer papers, and think about how you can personalize them and make them work for you and your future projects!