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Hi crafters!  thanks for stopping by. I am busily getting all my homework done for the My Favorite Things Summer School Challenge so I am cramming in my homework. My stamps finally arrived and I just adore them. I’ve been really into MFT lately and their releases just keep getting better. I really want to try their inks next 🙂 Anyway, I created this background using a hexagon stencil and some distress inks. The die and stamp are from the June release of MFT. It has been ages since I…

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Hi Crafters, Today I am beyond excited to be able to show off an amazing card kit created by Create a Smile. It is available tomorrow, Friday May 15th and don’t wait because I think these will sell out super fast! You also can have a chance to win the kit over on the blog. Click here to watch the Video in better quality! Here is the list of participants: Create A SmileVicky PapaioannouMichelle ShortSandy AllnockFrancine VuillèmeJustine Hovey << you are here Nichol MagouirkStephanie KlauckNicole Picadura In this video I show you how to…

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Hi Crafters, Welcome back to 3 Cards, 1 Stamp April Edition – where I take one stamp set and create three unique cards to show you all the versatility this stamp has to offer! This month I am featuring the Simon Says Stamp Big Birthday Wishes Stamp. All supplies are listed below with links to the store. I am definitely in need of some birthday cards and thought this was a great stamp to get some birthday cards done. Join me on Wednesday and Friday this week for the remainder…

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Hi Crafters, I am having so much fun creating and doing homework for the Online Card Classes Stretch Your Dies Class! I used most of my dies for this card – did you know that I just started die cutting not too long ago using steel dies? I never understood why people bought them because I thought my Cricut could do everything, but I just am falling in love with dies.  A full supply list and video tutorial are listed below so you can see how I created this card.…

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