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Under The Weather Card

Posted by Stacy Williams on

Under The Weather Card

Hi Everyone Happy Wednesday To You! Today I want to share a simple card that is great for someone who is not feeling all that great! Here is what I used: Cardstock: Gray Cardstock: 8.5 x 5.5 (score at 4.25) Gray Cardstock: 3 x 3 White Cardstock: 2 @ 4 x 5.2 White Cardstock: 2.75 x 2.75 White Cardstock: 1 x 4 Birdie Says Stamp Patina Stamp Art Glitter Glue Foam Squares Mini Misti Spectrum Noir Markers Rose Blush, Sandstone, Pear Green, Lemon and Nectarine Bone Folder Black Ink Blue Ink Here is how it is done: Crease the cardstock...

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Super Simple Super Cheap Gift Card Holder by Crystal Cleveland

Posted by Crystal Cleveland on

Super Simple Super Cheap Gift Card Holder by Crystal Cleveland

Hello Everyone today I'll be sharing how to make a SSSC gift card holder (Super Simple Super Cheap)  Just the thing to do for that last minute gift takes just minutes to make. For this project I used the following materials: Wrapping paper-yes I said wrapping paper. It will be several layers and card stock is way too thick. (Who doesn't have extra wrapping paper this time of the year?)  9 -7/8"  by  8-1/2" wrapping paper Second piece of either wrapping paper or card stock 4 -1/4" by 3 -1/4"   Christmas Penguins stamp set white card stock Versafine black onyx...

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Featured Facebook Friend~ Cheryl Hinton

Posted by Tamatha Luehrs on

Featured Facebook Friend~ Cheryl Hinton

  When Maymay announced that she would be featuring Christmas in July; I knew my featured card would have to be Christmas themed. But not just your typical Christmas card. I wanted to think outside of the "gift box" and use stamps not normally thought of got holiday cards. Thus my Garden Party Christmas Tree was born. I used the small flowers from the Garden Party set to make the tree. I used the wood design from the Relic stamp set for the tree trunk and the bow from Memory Lane stamp set for the tree topper. My sentiments are...

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