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“Under the sea” shaker card with franci

Hi there! Franci here with you today with an ocean themed shaker card feat the Oceans of Love set! First of all I stamped, colored and die cut all the images from the set and  I also added the cute turtle from the Shellabrate mini set. I created my card base out of some white cardstock and I colored my background sponging the Salty Ocean Distress Ink over…

July 25, 2018

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Stencilled background cards

Hello everyone! Sindhu here. I hope you are all doing great. Today, I have two cards to share.  I let the stencils shine on both the cards. 🙂 Here is my first card- I used the Numicon stencil,  Teach me words and Teacher’s pet stamp sets. First, I dry embossed the background using the stencil and without shifting it, sponged three different Distress Inks for an…

July 24, 2018

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Sending Happy Mail

Hey there! Welcome back to the Heffy Doodle blog! Today’s card was super fun to make so let’s get right down to it! I stamped some images from the Yappy Happy Mail set in a copic safe ink and then die cut them with the matching dies and colored them with my copics. I set the images aside and then worked on the background. I cut…

July 23, 2018

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Teacher Thank You Card

Hi, all! It’s Cassie here, and I’m back on the Heffy Doodle blog to share a bright and fun card that I think any teacher would love to receive. Let’s be honest, there might not be school for a couple months, but teachers are great and it’s never too early to start planning some thank yous for teachers that are rock stars! Today’s card uses Teachers…

July 19, 2018

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“Thanks” card with franci

Hi there! Franci here with you today with a “thank you” card feat the Wingman set. First I die cut 2 coordinated rectangles with different stitched details out of white cardstock and I colored the borders of the largest one with a dark grey copic. Then I stamped the images in black, I colored them with copics and die cut them with their coordinated dies. I die…

July 18, 2018

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hooray!

Hello everyone! Sindhu here. For my card today, I used the Wingman and Big Bold Words stamp sets from the newest release. I also used the Whatcha Sayin’ stamp set. Here is my card- First, I stamped the background using the images from the Wingman stamp set in light grey. I also added some details using a grey copic marker.  I die cut a stitched rectangle panel….

July 17, 2018

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Whoopsie Daisy!

Hi, friends! It’s Cassie here, and I’m back with another card to share with you. When I saw the Everyday Sentiment Duo set I knew I was going to get good use out of the whoopsie daisy sentiment. Who else is guilty of being late to send cards? Hopefully I’m not the only one. I started today’s card by taking a piece of of 110 lb…

July 12, 2018

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“Sending hugs” with franci

Hello there! Franci here with you today with a poodle card! First of all i created my card base out of some light grey cardstock and i also die cut a stitched rectangle out of white cardstock. I dry embossed the Swirly Clouds on top of my white rectangle to create my sky using an embossing mat and i also sponged some Tumbled Glass Distress Ink on top. I…

July 11, 2018

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Miss our chats…

Hello! Sindhu here. Hope you are having a good day. I am here to share yet another card using the ‘Wingman’ stamp set and coordinating dies and also ‘unbeLEAFable’ stencil. Have you heard Heffy Doodle store has a limited number of ‘Wingman’ cardmaking kits? It has all the supplies I used on this card today. Also there is a section on the store website called ‘Craft…

July 10, 2018

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A “Just Because” Card (and a confession from a Netflix crafter!)

Hello Heffy Doodlers! And welcome back to the Heffy Doodle blog, where you can find tons of inspiration to put your collection of Heffy Doodle goodies to good use!  Today I’m bringing you what I call I “just because” card which could be used for a number of occasions: from a simple summer hello to our crafty friends across the miles, to an encouragement card for a…

July 9, 2018

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