Happy Sunday! Hope you are having a great day and that you find some time for yourself today! Here in Ontario, our clocks went back an hour so now we have an extra hour for sleep and to accomplish things during the day! 

I‘m spending the day in my room, working on my to do list and prepping projects for upcoming events while I listen to Christmas music! What a relaxing way to spend the day! 

This week in our Crafty Session Facebook Live on Wednesday night, we created cards using the Stack and Shuffle Technique. I had seen this technique on social media and thought I had to give it a try. OMG, it’s so easy and what a great way to create multiple cards for different occasions at once. 

So the idea with the Stack and Shuffle technique is that you stack three pieces of pattern papers together, and then you make 2 cuts into the pattern paper which creates the three layers for your Stack and Shuffle. 

I thought I would show one of the cards close up so you can see the three different sections of pattern papers. I love how frosty and wintry this card looks! 


Come create with me! I have shared this video to my YOUTUBE CHANNEL or you can watch it below. Want to see more videos from me, be sure to subscribe to my YOUTUBE channel and make sure to click on the notification button. Thank you so much for crafting with me.

Isn’t that a cool technique? I definitely will be using this again to create some different all occasions cards like birthday, and thank you! 

Measurements and Supplies for my cards: 

  • Winter Meadows Designers Series Paper – 3 3/4″ by 5″ – you need three different patterns 
  • Basic White Cardstock Base – 4 1/4″ by 11″ score at 5 1/2″ 
  • Lost Lagoon Card stock layers – 4″ by 5 1/4″ 
  • Stylish Shape Dies 
  • Stamp and Cut Emboss Machine
  • Lost Lagoon and Pretty Peacock Ink Pads 
  • Loose Holly Gems 

On my video, I shared another way to use this technique with the Garden Walk Designer Series Paper and More Wishes stamp set. I wanted to create some For You cards to give to family and friends. I used the same measurements as above, I switched out the pattern paper and the cardstock colours. 

Aren’t those colours gorgeous together? My colour combination is Pretty Peacock, Poppy Parade, Basic White and Calypso Coral. 

Want to create my project at home? All the supplies that I used on my projects today are available in my Online Stampin’ UP! Store by clicking the products photos at the bottom of this post. Thank you for crafting with me and supporting my business by clicking on the link below.

Need to Order Supplies: You can either email me your order OR you can head to my ONLINE STORE. Don’t forget to use the HOSTESS CODE: 937JRRJZ Order over $50 and you will qualify for my Customer Thank You Special for the month. 

Happy Stamping