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Card 1:Window to Your Soul, Angels are Near ; Card 2 Bold Colour, Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist Card 3 Teenage Kicks, Imagine Dream Inspire; Card 4 Laugh Louder, Teenage Kicks This is a video I’ve had in my planning notes for years and I’ve finally gotten around to making it and choosing the stamps that are perfect. Let’s face it, a lot of us want to make pretty cards but don’t have the time, ideas or maybe artistic talent to make them. These stamps are going to guarantee you amazing cards…

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Hi Crafters, today I have a fun video for you that compares alcohol inked backgrounds to dye inked backgrounds. I’ve received many questions about alcohol inks since they have made a come back this year and I wanted to show off the difference! I used some of the dies – Everglade Collage and Far Away Forest Collage Dies from Simon Says Stamp’s DIEcember release to give them a nice frame. The main difference between alcohol and dye ink pads are that alcohol inks are a liquid and work on glossy…

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Hi Crafters! Today is a big day! Create a Smile Stamps has made a comeback after doing some restructuring and moving and they are celebrating the new release as well Christine’s (the owner) birthday! We are doing a video hop to celebrate the new release – so you literally are going to hop from video to video and get all sorts of inspiration! Next Video in the Hop by Kelly! For these cards I experimented with my favourite blends of Distress Oxide inks. I gear towards colourful, happy and vibrant colours…

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Hi Crafters, I’m very honoured to be celebrating with the AAA Card Challenge and celebrating their 3rd birthday! I was on the Design Team for quite a long time and even ran the challenge blog myself at one point. So the AAA Card Challenge has a special place in my heart! There are TONS of prizes to be won and I wish you all the best of luck! I created this card using the Create a Smile Stamps Mandala Cling along with the sentiment stamp from Reverse Confetti. I heat embossed…

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Today, with my Grade 6 class, we made Valentine’s Day cards. They were all super excited to make their own cards and do their own stamping. Many of them were stamping and stencilling for the very first time and everyone enjoyed themselves. If you would like to leave a comment, I’m sure they would love to read them! We used a few of my favourite stamps: Map Love from Concord and 9th, Because You from My Favorite Things and This Must Be Love from Create a Smile and the lovely…

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