Penguin Playmates Day 6 features two Christmas card designs using six 1″ squares of Penguin Playmates paper. Additionally, there are two different designs for everyday occasions. All of these cards are great ways to use your small paper scraps!
On Day 1 of the series there’s information on how to get the Penguin Playmates paper during Sale-a-Bration, which ends September 30. You’ll want to check out the 4 card designs there too!
- Day 2: explore 4 ways to use a 5″ x 3″ piece of Penguin Playmates Designer Series Paper.
- For Day 3: create a Christmas and birthday card with small strips of Penguin Playmates paper, but no penguins in sight.
- Day 4: use 4″ squares in both vertical and horizontal layouts, plus a fun-fold card.
- On Day 5: how to make simple and stepped up Christmas cards with 3″ squares of pretty Penguin Playmates paper.
Just click the button below each card in order to see the cutting dimensions and products used to create the card. Also at the end of the post is a list of all products used on the Penguin Playmates cards today.
Create a little peekaboo card using both sides of six small squares of Penguin Playmates paper! Then strategically place Holiday rhinestones to accent the playmates peeking through the window.
Sparkly Snowflake Card with Velvet Texture
By purchasing just $50 of Stampin’ Up! products during Sale-a-Bration, you can choose either the Penguin Playmates or Be Dazzling Specialty Paper as a reward. But why limit yourself to one when you can earn them both with a purchase of $100?
Penguin Playmates Day 6 Birthday Card
Next try out some more design options by combining the small squares with larger stitched rectangles. Choose beachy elements from the Friends are Like Seashells bundle. Then arrange the rectangles and your chosen stamp images to create this birthday card.
Stitched and Embossed Rectangle
Another great way to use small squares of Designer Series Paper is to arrange them in rows on a stitched rectangle. Afterwards, emboss the rectangle with the Timeworn Type embossing folder to achieve this beautifully textured focal point.
By combining small squares of paper with larger rectangles or circles you can create many unique cards for Christmas, as well as other occasions. Check out more cards in this series to find additional ways to use all your pretty papers! Day 7 will show you designs for triangles!