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Valentine’s Day Series – Day 7

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Hi All,

Today’s card derived from one of my favorite places …..my monthly card kit from Simon Says Stamp. I love receiving these kits as a way to get inspired and check out some of the latest and greatest in products without having to drop down the cash to buy in full packs. The little puppy is part of 1 sheet of Beef Broth patterned paper by Jillibean Soup. They are quality cardstock with such fun sentiments.

Here is today’s card:

Sloppy Kisses

Supplies:

Card Base: Hero Arts Note Card – Neutral

Papers:  Basic Grey – Kissing Booth Collection

Tickets: Adage Tim Holtz Idea-ology

Red ribbon: May Arts

Puppy Sentiment: Beef Broth patterned paper by Jillibean Soup

Border Punch: Fiskars Postage Edge Punch

 

Holiday Gift Card Holder Using SVG Cut Files – Part 4 of 4

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Gift-Card-Holder-Joy-To-The-World

Hi all,

It’s Christmas EVE! Can you believe it? I am so excited for this upcoming holiday season to begin. I wish each and every one of my readers a very Merry Christmas & hope you have a wonderful holiday with your loved ones. But before I go on my holiday hiatus, I want to share the last of my gift card holders. I love this paper stack I’ve been using for the card series from DCWV. The designs are so subtle yet the perfect touch to these designs. The sentiment is a free SVG from SVGcuts.com.

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!

Christmas Card Using Acetate Sentiment

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Oh What Fun

It’s almost Christmas time! I’m getting into the spirit of the holidays and wanted to share a holiday card I made. It is a very easy to make and has great detail. I recently discovered acetate embellishment packs at my local craft store. This pack had beautiful vintage style prints on the clear plastic material. To adhere the pieces down I used some liquid glue on just the parts that had print on them (so the glue wouldn’t show through the clear parts). I couldn’t believe how quickly a card could come together using this type of embellishment! How fun!

As I am getting more and more into cardmaking it is becoming clear that I need to invest into some better quality materials to work with. I especially feel the need to invest into some thicker cardstock than I am currently using. These last few weeks of creating have me feeling so inspired!