A2 Note Cards and Coordinating Box Showcasing Masterfully Made DSP

Published on 9 July 2023 at 09:00

Have you ever looked over something in the catalog and then had that ahhhaa moment when you held the paper in your hand?  The Masterfully Made DSP papers are just that.  The colors are vibrant and just make me so happy!  When I opened this pack of paper I was like "ooooooo laaaaa laaaaa" and instantly knew one sheet was going to be made into A2 notecards and a card box.  Yes, that is right, only one sheet of the DSP needed to make five notecards and the box.  If you want to decorate the envelopes another 6 x 12 sheet will be needed to decorate the flaps of the envelopes.  


Here are the cards, envelopes and the box.  The cards are regular A2 sized (5 1/2" x 8 1/2" scored at 4 1/4"). I used one sheet of the following CS, Pretty Peacock, Berry Burst and Lost Lagoon for my five card bases.  I used two sheets of Basic White CS for the inside of cards.  You can layer your note cards any way you like.  The PDF Tutorial for the box can be downloaded below.


Masterfully Made 12" x 12" DSP

Pretty Peacock 8 1/2" x 11" Card Stock

Berry Burst 8 1/2" x 11" Card Stock 

Lost Lagoon 8 1/2" x 11" Card Stock

Basic White 8 1/2" x 11" Card Stock

Basic White Envelopes

Tear & Tape Adhesive

Multipurpose Liquid Glue

Bone Folder

Paper Trimmer

Grid Paper

PDF – 42.3 KB 62 downloads

Now I know this isn't a new idea for a post but I was inspired to make these. You know how it is when inspiration hits.  For step-by-step instructions please visit this blog post:

A2 Card Box and Note Cards

Here is the box.... not the best photo but I am trying out different angles and lighting for my photos.  Speaking of which, here is my video set up.... coming soon are video recorded tutorials.  My light arrived late Wednesday night and is now set up.  So now all I have to do is record--if it were that easy! LOL

I hope this inspires you to use that DSP that you saved money on last month!

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