Using squares as elements to decorate card fronts helps to make putting cards together quick and easy. Once you have a design, all you have to remember for each square is one number. Each of the four sides is cut to that same number.
The “once you have a design” does tend to slow me down at times. But with this tutorial booklet, you have four fun designs each with the primary features made up of squares. Most of the other layers are standard background layers that you find on many greeting cards.
Each design has a list of generic supplies needed for the cards, measurements, and a step-by-step tutorial. To show you how versatile each design is, I have created not two but FOUR SAMPLES for EACH of the four tutorials, using Stampin’ Up! products. Sixteen cards, each with a list of specific Stampin’ Up! supplies I used and measurements for everything.
But no matter what you have in your stash in the way of papers and inks, the samples will give you some great ideas about how to use what you have to make each of the designs.
Enjoy the tutorials!