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Challenge 1 - Your Special Multipurpose Card

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This card is part of One Piece of Paper Can Make a Difference Challenge.

Supplies used by all cards in challenge

  • ColorBox Frost White Pigment Stamp Pad
  • Stampin' Up! Basic Black
  • Stampin' Up! Certainly Celery
  • Stampin' Up! Chocolate Chip
  • Tsukinek Brilliance Coffee Bean
  • Stampology} Celebrate Clear stamp Set
  • The {Stamps} Of Life HappyBday2You Set
  • The {Stamps} Of Life Love2Hug Set
  • O'Scrap Clear Stamps Celebration/Birthday Set
  • heidi swapp Thank you Clear Stamp
  • EK Success Scallop Diamonds Edger Punch
  • light blue cardstock from Full Spectrum Color Line Cool Water Blues pack
  • black, tan and dark brown Recollections cardstock
  • textured green from Die Cuts With a View Christmas Multi Stack
  • American Crafts Metropolitan High Rise cardstock
  • white cardstock
  • 1/4" corner rounder
  • baby blue Stickles.


  1. Cut 5" x 1 1/2" piece of metropolitan high rise cardstock.
  2. Cut 5 1/2" x 1" piece of black cardstock.
  3. Stamp very special from Celebrate stamp set using frost white.
  4. Punch scalloped diamond border on white cardstock.
  5. Once you punch the border, cut the border off and make a second one. The white is not a solid mat but rather two border strips adhered to the back because the punch removes a lot of paper so its hard to get the right size mat to use but its easy to attach strips.
  6. Attach the border strips to the back of the metropolitan high rise cardstock. Line up the patterns on the top and bottom strips whe mounting.
  7. Adhere this assembly to the center of the card. There is supposed to be a 1/4" border of the left and right side.
  8. Adhere the very special white on black strip in the center of the card. This is supposed to go from the left to right edge.

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