More Fun With Paper- Creating Paper Loops

Creating Paper Loops

Friday’s should always be a day to celebrate and what better way than to create?

Today I’m sharing a fun video on creating paper loops that will add a little interest to your card.

It’s also a great reminder of the sweet season of Christmas.


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While I’m using the Candy Cane Lane Designer Series Paper, this technique I’m sharing can be used with any design.

It’s also a good reminder to stock up on your Designer Series Paper with Stampin’ Up!’s current promotion.

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This card was completely inspired by these candies below.  Have you ever had them?

Creating Paper Loops, Stampin' Up!


When I started playing around with the Candy Cane Christmas Suite, the candies instantly came to mind.

I had to put the idea to the paper test and see if it could come to life.

Click on the video below to learn how I created the fun paper loops.


Creating Paper Loops, Stampin' Up!



Tips & Tricks 


  • Card base measures 4-1/4″ x 11.  The two pieces of Crumb Cake cardstock measure 4″ x 5-1/4″ and 4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″.
  • All of the products used on this card are from the Candy Cane Lane Suite. See below for the products in this suite.
  • The Layering Squares were used to create the scallop under the Label with the greeting.



Creating Paper Loops, Stampin' Up!
Creating Paper Loops, Stampin' Up!
Click the clickable links below to create your own paper loops card today using the Candy Cane Lane Suite. 

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5 thoughts on “More Fun With Paper- Creating Paper Loops”

  1. What a pretty card, love that idea. I used to love that ribbon candy, but you have to be careful you don’t choke. LOL

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