Statement of My Heart Impossible Card

Today’s card is a quick share of an “impossible card” featuring the Statement of My Heart stamp set and the Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper!

Here’s a different angle:

These are so incredibly easy to make, but really look impossible! It’s kind of an optical illusion to be honest! Here’s a quick template for you, but I think I may need to do a video for you 😉.

The darker lines are where you make the cuts in the cardstock (after scoring). I have a little trick to cut out the DSP panels without a lot of waste, so stay tuned for that!

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you didn’t miss me too much yesterday – I decided to enjoy Mother’s Day fully and didn’t get a blog post out yesterday! Be sure to stop by tomorrow for the InKing Royalty blog hop! I hope you have a wonderful & blessed day!


  • Old Olive cardstock – 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″
    • Score along 4-1/4″ side at 2-1/8″
    • Score along 5-1/2″ side only down to the horizontal score line at 2-3/4″
    • Rotate 180° and score along other side of 5-1/2″ side only down to the horizontal score line at 1″ and 4-1/2″
    • Cut on score lines on long side stopping at the horizontal score line (as indicated by the thick lines on the template above)
  • Old Olive cardstock – 1″ x 5-1/2″
  • Share What You Love DSP – 3/4″ x 5-1/4″
  • Stay tuned for a video on how to cut the DSP “Tetris-like” panels to conserve paper!



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2 thoughts on “Statement of My Heart Impossible Card

  1. looking VERY forward to the video and the template for cutting to reduce DSP waste. Thanks, Julie, for being such a terrific inspiration to us!

  2. Not sure why they call this “Impossible” it’s the most Easiest Card to Make!! I’ve made 3 of them already with Ooohs & awwws..

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