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Puzzling? But not a card...



Hello....

You have to come check out what I made....
It's not a card!!!!!

All the deets are over on the 



blog today with a downloadable tutorial.


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Happy Mother's Day

 

Hello, hello...

Just playing today in one of my favorite challenges:

Ellen Hutson Pin-Sights:

I spy with my little eye...Purple flowers

Using the Mondo Magnolia stamp on watercolor paper, and Spectrum Noir Aqua markers.
Have you tried them? I really likey!!!


Fussy cut the flower to fit over the corner of card front.


Sentiment from the Amazing Women stamp set was heat embossed.

Dropped some sequins and glued them where they landed. :)




Spectrum Noir: Aqua Markers
Reverse Confetti:  All Framed Up die



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Layered Frames with Memory Box


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Pretty Scalloped Frames on the Memory Box blog today.



Come on over for a look!




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Shutter Card with Crafter's Companion



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Wedding season is just around the corner....
How about a beautiful Shutter Card to wish the lucky couple every happiness?!?

The unique die cut to make this card will be available on 
Home Shopping Network starting May 9th.


The Create-a-Card Shutter Card die comes with the main die ( to make the shutter shape) as well as the intricate dies and plain rectangle dies. There are so many die cut combinations you could apply to your own card.



Heavyweight White cardstock will be available that day also, as well as the Sky Blue Metallic cardstock I used on my card.


As you can see I have completely fallen love with the Foil Transfers (again, available on HSN May 9th) as well as the Aged Roses & Filigree Flourish dies.

Doesn't the Shutter Card make a beautiful presentation for a wedding or anniversary?




Mark your calendars.....
HSN
May 9th


Click HERE for a video showing how to cut and decorate using this new Create-a-Card Shutter die!


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