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Today I revealed the October Box from Hedgehog Hollow in my videos and showed you how to make two fall themed cards with the a Pumpkin Spice theme and a Halloween theme. I tried to use as many products found in the box as possible to help you get an idea on how to best use your supplies. Each month, different companies sponsor the contents of the box and this month Tonic (Nuvo), the Ink Road and Doodlebug were all found in the box! Often times when I have a…

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Hi Crafters, today I am celebrating the December release of So Suzy Stamps. There are some great New Years stamps to get a hold of and I just LOVE that book set. I am a reader as most of you know so I absolutely love anything to do with books. Here is a peak at the new release! FREE SHIPPING (EVEN INTERNATIONAL) + 10% discount over at So Suzy Stamps TODAY ONLY New Year Lantern – Large Snowflake New Year Lantern – Swirl New Year Lantern – Small Snowflake World of…

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Hi Crafters, for Day 9 of the 12 Days of Christmas series, I decided to do a watercolour technique that I have been dying to try. I put some colour onto plastic and laid it down on the paper and let the magic happen. Check out my video tutorial for more details! Today’s GIVEAWAY is sponsored by me and it is the very stamp used in this card, Christmas Greetings by Wplus9.

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Hi crafters, today I am featuring this awesome background stamp once again from the Ton which is called Peony Background. I made an additional video here using a similar technique. I embossed on heat-resistant acetate to create this shiny look. I hope you enjoy the video tutorial below and the links for all the supplies used are at the bottom of my post! Peony Garden Cling Background Simon Says Clear Stamps MANY THANKS sss101463 Stamptember Create a Smile Pierced Banners Doodlebug LILY WHITE Sequins Tim Holtz Distress Mini Ink Pad…

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Hi crafters, today I am over on So Suzy’s blog with a shaker card tutorial and embossing on acetate tutorial. Normally I have always made a shaker card, and had my sentiment stamped on the bottom of the card or on a banner until I got this heat resistant acetate and thought, let’s give it a try right on the window. I love the way it turned out!  Don’t forget to click here to sign up for Christmas Card Tutorials! 40 Christmas Card Tutorials + PDF printable instructions + Supply Lists + Giveaways!…

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