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Cardstock Colour Sampler Cards and Punch Guides

Are you a super keen Stampin' Up! obsessed person (like me!?)  Love to use our products for your papercrafts.  You might be interested in my latest 'invention' ....

Cardstock Colour Sampler Cards and Punch Guides


I've had lots of people ask me about colours - which is the most vivid red, what green is best for Christmas - and I think colours are hard to describe, everyone has their own idea.  So I came up with these.

This is a set of 6 colour charts - all card sized 10cm x 14cm approx - with a little punched sample of each Stampin' Up! cardstock colour.  There is a chart for each of the four colour families, one for the neutrals which also includes some specialty papers and one for our current In Colours.

The set also includes 2 Punch guides - a template for 12 of our Stampin' Up! punches.

What do you do with a punch guide??   Handy for checking through the catalogue to see what punch fits a particular stamp set.  (Thanks to my lovely customer and guest card maker Mary for this idea.)


Punches included are: 1 3/8 circle and square, 1 1/4 circle and square, designer label, word window, large and small oval, 1" circle, scallop square and scallop circle and tag punch.


The full set of 8 cards is $15 including postage (Australia only.) 

Payment can be made by direct deposit, or cheque.  

(Or cash, in person only.)

Phone or email to order your set. 

(The ring is not included to make mailing easier but I can use my cropadile to make the little hole in each corner if you'd like to put them on your own ring.)

Phone: 0417 377 057


Note for demonstrators: The template file for these cards is not available to email at this time. 

Designer Series Patterned Paper Display Templates

My fellow demonstrators - While the template for the colour samplers is not available at this time, I do have 2 other templates I've put together that I'm happy to email to anyone interested.

The first is for people wanting to put together a DSP Display Book, with a double page for each paper pack.


The DSP is cut to 3" x 3" squares and I punched the matching cardstock with the 1 1/4 inch punch. You need 2 squares of each design to complete a double page book.  A fellow team member came up with an innovation - you can just print one page of the template per pack and cut the 3" x 3" square into 2 triangles to display both sides on the one square.

I will have a couple of sets of 3 x 3 inch squares of our current DSP left from a team share I'm currently running.  Email me for the details if you'd like to put a book together and would like to purchase a set or 2 of the DSP swatches.


I love the range of patterned papers this year.

Another template I put together this year is for those wanting to display their DSP on a ring.


I've used 3" x 3" squares of DSP again.  I printed my template on Whisper White and cut it into 3" x 3" squares, and punched circles of matching cardstock colours to put on the dividers with the name of each pack.  You can see the divider cards here.


If you'd like the templates for either of these DSP display ideas, or would like more details about the cost of a set of 3" x 3" squares of the papers, please email me

Cheers,  Sue


Anita Meade

Sue, these are absolute genius! So simple but so handy. Clever girl. xxx


I would like them all and I have emailed you about this. Thank you

Fiona Harrison

Sue, thanks for prompt posting of cardstock sample cards & punch guide. Fabulous. Might have to save up for the DSP sampler. Great work, thanks for letting us buy it,

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