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Lots of Happy Cards

All Inclusive Card Kit – Lots of Happy

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There’s Lots to Love The Lots of Happy Card Kit icludes everything needed (except adhesives) so you can create a collection of 20 All Occasions cards with coordinating envelopes. Instructions are included. This is a great kit for a beginner as the name says it is an All Inclusive Card Kit. It is also a good choice for a casual crafter. Buy one for yourself and one for a friend. Check out the video below and consider adding a blender pen to your order. The pen gives a more watercolour look but this is not needed to produce a wonderful […]
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Everything is Rosy Product Medley

What is a Product Medley? A Product Medley is a new concept by Stampin’ Up!®. It is kit of exclusive products available for a short time and items can not be purchased seperately. The Everything is Rosey Product Medley is the first release of this new kit concept and more are planned for the future. It does not include cardstock, ink and adhesives. All the products are designed to coordinate with one other and the standard range of products. There is loads of fun stuff in this kit including dies. Everything is Rosy Product Medley Contains Everything Is Rosy Photopolymer […]

Quick Cards with a Wow! Factor using Adhesive Sheets

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Making quick cards is easy with Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets. In minutes you can create a stylish card with the Big Shot, dies and adhesive sheets. Use Foil Sheets or Glimmer Paper for the Wow! factor, the instant bling is most noticeably when you use large dies. The Adhesive Sheets save you a lot of time when using detailed dies that you would otherwise adhere with the Fine Tip Glue Pen. Quick Cards using Adhesive Sheet The quick cards below where created using the Happy Birthday Thinlit and Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets. The first card is an A5 card base in Basic […]

Birthday card made using stamping off technique

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This birthday card was made using a technique called stamping off. The flower image is stamped three times, left to right, using the same colour ink each time but stamping off once for the middle image and twice for the third. I am fortunate to have a Stamp-a-ma-jig to help line up my images. If you are using a clear-mount stamp you will be able to see through that to help position your next stamp. If like me you favour wood-mount stamps and don’t yet own a Stamp-a-ma-jig, using grid paper or drawing a grid on scrap paper will be […]