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Clean and Simple

Today I‘m is showing off a 3 card set that uses white as a focal point. The September box provides such beautiful, solid backgrounds to stamp in various colours with. Catherine Pooler inks are my personal favourite for coverage with solid stamps and it was such a relief to have perfect stamping without needing to season the solid stamps beforehand. By using a stamping tool for the card set, it was easy to create these cards in just a few minutes. Adding a variety of sentiments makes it very easy to turn…

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Hi Crafters, today I have a super fun video on how to create 20 CARDS IN 20 MINUTES! Yes! I’m serious, it can be done and I made some awesome gift boxes to give away to friends and family! It’s all about keeping things clean and simple and combining stamps you probably already have in your stash!  Shop Catherine’s Inks! I used Catherine Pooler Inks. Any time I know I’m stamping a solid image (especially for the first time) her inks are a dream and they stamp like butter! Look…

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Hi Crafters, welcome back to Day 6 – and do I have something fun to show you! The most adorable stamp set ever! I just ordered and discovered Create a Smile Stamps last week and I am definitely going back for more in the future! Why don’t you go give Christine a “like” on Facebook! I have the stamp linked in the supply list on the bottom of the page. I created these little critters as a part of today’s theme: Using non-Christmas Stamps on Christmas Cards! I think they…

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Hi Crafters, Welcome back to day 2 of my 12 Days of Christmas Video Tutorials – I have two beautiful cards for you today in one relatively short video! This first card is a window card with a beautiful night scene created with Distress Inks and a Hero Arts stamp. All the supplies are listed below each card ! I am also giving away a set of 5 cards (either this card or the one below) – just leave a comment and let me know your favourite Christmas Card! I…

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