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Valentines Die/Stencil Heart Card

Posted by Gareth Frewer on

Valentines Die/Stencil Heart Card

Hello all and welcome to a new year full of craft, fun and laughter!  In today's video I create a Valentines card using some of the new items available in store, I love the softness of this card and I think there is loads of ways it can be altered to put your own stamp on it !! (pun intended lol)  A list of items used from the store is blow as all as some pictures. Items I used from the store:  Xcut Heart Nesting Die  4pc Word Die Set  Heart of Hearts Stencil  Ink Dabbers  Craft Die Pick    ...

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GUEST BLOG DESIGN TEAM MEMBER: Wintry Thank You Card

Posted by Kim Shultz on

GUEST BLOG DESIGN TEAM MEMBER: Wintry Thank You Card

Hello, everyone!  Lately I have loved using glitter paper, today I am using Navy blue to create a wintry scene "Thank you" card.  We all need Thank you cards for those holiday gifts that we receive and I think this one is perfect for the season. To start, I cut the snowflakes using the Arctic, Teardrop, and Heart snowflake dies (AVAILABLE HERE) that are available from Gareth's store from glitter paper.  I learned one thing while die cutting the snowflakes: Place the paper glitter side down on the cutting pad so that you don't lose the glitter.  I put a...

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GUEST BLOG DESIGN TEAM MEMBER: "And to All a Good Night" Card

Posted by Kim Shultz on

GUEST BLOG DESIGN TEAM MEMBER: "And to All a Good Night" Card

Hello, everyone!   When I saw the Dovecraft Santa Sleigh stamp (AVAILABLE HERE) and the Creative Dies Festive Scene Die (AVAILABLE HERE)  in Gareth's store, an idea immediately came to mind based on the classic Christmas poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas", also known as "Twas the Night Before Christmas". This stamp and die are lovely on their own, but combined gives me a look reminiscent of that beloved poem from my childhood. To begin, I cut a piece of glitter paper from my stash to 5 1/4 inches wide by 4 inches tall and applied Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink by...

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