Stack, Cut, Shuffle Technique using Festive & Fun Stamp Set

The Stack, Cut and Shuffle technique is a fun way to show different patterns of paper on your card, and today’s blog post is all about how to do this fun technique!

You can see above that I used two different patterns of DSP and layered them together to make two fun cards – I love that you get to mix-and-match the pieces!

I have a YouTube video showing how to do the Stack, Cut and Shuffle technique, which is linked here and further down on this blog post.

Here are the measurements if you’d like to make this card too:

CARD BASE: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored on the long side in the middle at 4-1/4″

BASIC WHITE MAT: 3-3/4″ x 5″

DESIGNER SERIES PAPER: 2 pieces at 3-1/2″ x 4-3/4″

SUPPLIES USED ON THIS CARD:

Below, you can view all of the supplies used on this card. View them in my online store by clicking the button below.

Product List

VIDEO TUTORIAL:

CREATE IN COLOR CHALLENGE:

Today’s card is part of this week’s Create in Color Challenge!

Here’s the color combo for this week! If you’d like to participate in this week’s challenge, make a project using some (or all!) of the colors listed above (or similar hue if you don’t have the exact color), and share it in my Facebook Group with #CreateinColorChallenge. I’m so excited to see what you create!

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