I used my set of the Designer Paper Split (that I offered to my downline) to make these 3×3 sampler keyrings. I added the coordinating ribbons to each one and I will take them to all my workshops and classes in a little basket. It certainly helps to let customers see each paper in person!
AND NO… Sorry.. I'm not selling these… they took well over 2 days of all my spare to make!
If you would like to purchase a sampling of DSP, please see Corinne's blog HERE! She is offering them! SCROLL DOWN in that post below the photo of the project to see the offer.
Patty – these are fabulous! Are they just the papers, or are they mounted on something? I saw some others that were on coasters to make them sturdier, but I realized it would take twice the paper to show both sides then. Love the idea of “labeling” them with the tag punch & adding the coordinating ribbon. Thanks, as always, for sharing.
What a great and creative idea. Your downline are really lucky to have someone like you to do this awesome sample swatches.
What a wonderful idea! I am going to do this with my set of my DSP Swatch Club now, too! You are so dang smart, Patty!
WOW, Patty, that is a lot of work!! I am so crazy about all of our new papers. SU! keeps outdoing themselves don’t they? You must be so pumped to be on the Advisory Board with all of these fantastic new products coming out and I’m sure more to come!!
How do you do your paper splits? Do you give each girl one sheet of each paper? So you would need an even number of girls to do this? Have you ever done this with customers?
Wow!! What a great way to show the new DSP. It helps to see the paper before you buy it. That sure looks like alot of work. Thanks for sharing..
This is such a brilliant idea, Patty! Would you recommend setting eyelets in the holes to make them more sturdy for frequent use, or would that be more work than it’s worth? I think I may have to do this for my papers as well, I know I personally like to look at and touch the papers before I buy them.
You have such great ideas! I just wanted to say hi! I just started blog hopping about 6 months ago when I realized people who stamped have great blogs out there. I always visit yours, it’s one of my favorites. I have been an SU! demo for 5 years now and am in Sandy’s 5th level. I just started subscribing to her Udderly Awesome group and what great news did I find out!? I am in the same SU! family as my favorite blog hostess! I can’t tell you how much it excited me! Thanks for sharing all your great ideas. I know it takes extra time to post things in blog world but I LOVE to visit!
Awesome idea. 3×3 would be a good size to tuck into one of our bitty books also….hmmm…time to place another order?! Lol. TFS
That is so smart! I lvoe that plan!
That is such a great idea!!
Uhmmmm- I want to be in your downline! Not that my upline is awful- LUVS her always- just that this is FANTASTIC!
Oh my goodness! What a cute idea! I love it!! Thanks for sharing!!
What a great idea Patty. I am sure your customers are going to love going through the basket!
Thanks for sharing another great idea.
I love this idea! I’ve been meaning to do something like this with my downline and you have inspired me to do so!
now THAT looks like a lot of work. Your downline is very lucky to have you!
Wow, that’s a great idea! You continue to amaze me! Ellen
what great eye candy! Yummy, yummy dsp!!!
Wow Patty, great idea, I think it is so nice for people to be able to TOUCH them! 🙂
Patty: OH DARN! Kadie
You always have the best ideas. This is darling!
Hugs and smiles
Oh I just love this idea! Hope you don’t mind, I’m going to make a few for my DL also!
What an awesome idea, I love it. I think I will do it for my customers.
Did you mount them on something to make them sturdier?
Thanks for the inspiration,
Patty…are these mounted on something or just the DSP…how about the hole for the ring, is that reinforced any way? Great idea, my customers are always wondering what the paper really looks like.
This is a great idea. The papers always look so much better in person that in the catalog.
A couple of people asked this but I didn’t see the answer… did you mount each paper on chipboard?