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Buying ink pads can be a stressful and expensive experience. You want to make sure you pick the best ink pad that is great quality, works well, and isn’t splotchy when dry. There are many things to take into consideration when you’re buying ink pads, and I’m here to help! 1. Full Size or Mini Ink Cubes? If you get the refills, it ultimately doesn’t matter which size of ink pad you get. Felt Ink pads also will last you years before needing to be refilled if you use them…

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Welcome to the Papercrafters Unite Against Racism Blog Hop (there is also a Video Hop and Instagram Hop for those interested)! Today, many papercrafters have dedicated their personal time to create projects that stand for anti-racism, unity, friendship and encouragement. This is an inclusive event organized by Justine Hovey to help rally behind and support people of colour during these difficult times. I hope you enjoy all the inspirational artwork along the way! Below you will find lists of all the participants in case you get lost along the way…

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Today’s DIY Advent Calendar for adults is a little different than your standard Advent calendar with treats inside. Don’t get me wrong, there are treats involved but I thought I would try something a bit different and maybe save our waistlines before the holiday season begins. I build this Advent calendar for my partner and I’m really happy with the way it turned out – it’s a beautiful home decor piece. Video Tutorial – includes how to create the box! I have a step-by-step video tutorial on how I created…

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Today is release day over at Concord and 9th! It’s always a favourite day of the month for me with tons of exciting and inspirational products! The entire release is available here and I have six cards for inspiration on what to do with the new stamps and dies! My first card is a beautiful housewarming card using the Floral Print Silhouette Bundle – I adore how easy it was to line everything up and that house is just too cute with that door opening up to reveal the background.  Concord…

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Welcome to the Spellbinders Decorative Hot Foil Blog Hop! Today I am working with some gorgeous floral patterns and borders to create these simple, elegant cards. I used a combination of gold, silver and rose gold foils matched with some beautiful FSJ cardstock colours (Rock Candy is my favourite!). Using your Glimmer Foil Machine is quite easy. I always find experimenting with the plates to have the best results. I used the shim to create a really tight fit into the Spellbinders Platinum 6 die cutting machine and I love…

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