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Cute and simple bookmarks

Posted by Donna Clerkin-James on

Cute and simple bookmarks

  This is a super cute project to make for yourself, children, teachers, friends anyone really. the products I used are..... Watercolour/card stock cut to 2 1/2 x 7" Distress Oxide inks Sorry stamp set It's in the mail stamp set Sunflower wishes stamp set Versafine onyx black ink Laminater  (optional) I cut my cardstock pieces down the the size i wanted and i used my distress oxide ink to created a blended background and then added a few sprays of water so life some of the colour for a nice effect. I then stamped my chosen images when my piece...

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Z Fold Card With Sunflower Wishes

Posted by Donna Clerkin-James on

Z Fold Card With Sunflower Wishes

Items needed card base measuring 5 x 12 Mat piece measuring 4 7/8 x 12 paper trimmer or craft knife and ruler scoreboard or scoring tool and ruler Sunflower Wishes stamp set Relic stamp set Art Glitter Glue 3D Foam Squares start by scoring your card base (on the 12" side) at 4" and at 8" , rotate once and make a small mark with your scoring tool at 2 1/2" take the mat piece and make a mark on the short side at 2 3/8" on each piece line up this mark up in your paper trimmer with the opposite...

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Thank You Card

Posted by Tracey Phillips on

Thank You Card

  These cards were created using The Bee's Knees and Sunflower Wishes Stamp Sets. I used the honeycomb stamp The Bee's Knees Stamp Set to create the pretty background for these cards. You can create so many different backgrounds using the same stamp. I also love the way the purple, green and black go so well together, but you can use whatever colors appeal to you. ***CLICK HERE for the tutorial! This card is an A2 size card and here are the supplies I used to create it. -Light Brown Cardstock (folded) - 5.5" x 4.25"  -White Cardstock - 5.25" x...

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Rainbow Blooms

Posted by Anthony Macaluso on

Rainbow Blooms

Good evening y’all, There is nothing more cheerful than to look in the sky and see a colorful rainbow peeking out beyond the clouds. So today I thought I would share a little bit of the rainbow, in a card form. First thing I did was cut down a card base using 110lb black cardstock. Then I cut down two mats, for the front and the inside of the card, using some 80ln Neenah solar white cardstock. For the inside of the card I used my WRMK corner chomper and rounded the edges of the white mat. Then I used...

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Groovy Flowers

Posted by Anthony Macaluso on

Groovy Flowers

    Picture it 1972, when bright vibrant colors and clothing adorned with fun and playful flowers where all around us. Should this intrigues you please come on in and join me as we go back in time using Maymay’s stamp set Power Flowers. First thing I did was cut down some 110 lb. Recollections bright pink cardstock and created a standard A2 size card. I then went ahead and cut down a piece of black cardstock for my mat. I then used one of the pierced sizzix oval dies and cut out a large die cut using the same black...

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