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Who Loves You? Valentine Tag by Crystal Cleveland

Posted by Crystal Cleveland on

Who Loves You? Valentine Tag by Crystal Cleveland

Who Loves You? Valentine Tag by Crystal Cleveland Tags right now are all the rage! My grandkids would prefer a tag over a card. They hand them up in their rooms and the older ones put them in their scrap books. This a a cute Valentine tag you can make for your grandkids or even tie it on a bottle of wine or grape juice or even bubble bath for your special someone for Valentine's Day or Anniversary or just because. For this project i used the following materials: Maymaymadeit stamp setOwlton and Owlivia http://bit.ly/2fWDx9d Scallop heart dies  2 pieces...

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Christmas Night Scene Card

Posted by Sarmin Lancaster on

Christmas Night Scene Card

Hey everyone I hope you’re having a wonderful Friday. Today we will be creating yet another watercolor background card. I’m in love with making cards like this. Playing with inks, getting messy and simply just being creative with my go to way to craft. I just began by stamping the stitched circle on to a post it note. This will become the moon. Then I cut the circle out, I tried to offset the moon a tad bit by placing it higher on top. I took the color peeled paint from the oxide ink line and slowly blended that color...

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Inside Out Peekaboo Puppy Love Card

Posted by Kristina Song on

Inside Out Peekaboo Puppy Love Card

This is my last guest designer project for Maymay Made It, and I wanted to make a project from the heart. It's an inside-out peek-a-boo card, and I think it expresses my love of dogs perfectly. I started with a cream colored card base and created my own background with the Docrafts Wooden Boards Background Stamp. I wanted to try to match some rosy colored card stock so I used Simon Says Stamp Rose Apple Premium Ink. I then cut the card base down so that it would be 6" x 4.25" (this is slightly taller than a standard A2...

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