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Season’s Greetings

Hi everyone! Sindhu here. I have a simple Holiday card design to share with you. I used Santa’s Village, Holiday Sentiment duos stamp sets and Stitched stones dies. Here is my card- I started by die cutting a stitched rectangle panel with Imperial Stitched rectangle dies. Then, I die cut three windows on the panel using the Stitched stones dies.  I adhered a patterned paper behind windows. The…

December 21, 2018

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Merry and Bright No Color Card

Today I’m sharing a no color card featuring stencils, dies and some heat embossing! Hi, crafty friends! It’s Cassie here, and I’m back to share a card with you just in time for Christmas. Today I’m branching out and sharing a card that has no coloring. You heard me right! No. Coloring. This is such an unusual card for me because I always love to color…

December 20, 2018

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Corn-gratulations card with Franci!

Poppin’ in your congratulations has never been so much fun! Hello there! Franci here with you today with a super cute Congratulations card featuring the Veggie Patch set! These little images are soo  super cute and fun, aren’t they?! I stamped them with memento black ink and colored them with my copics, of course I added little rosy cheecks and a little heart for this sweet couple…

December 19, 2018

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You’re A Rare Find!

Alcohol Ink Elements with Focal Images   Hey Heffy Doodlers! It’s Kelly here, and thanks for dashing over for a quick peek at the blog today! Today I’m incorporating some colorful alcohol ink panels with the Geology Rocks stamp set, so lets get to it! I applied some alcohol inks on to a piece of Yupo paper in a rainbow pattern and then trimmed down that…

December 18, 2018

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Snowy Merry Christmas with Isha

Good Morning everyone! Isha here sharing a fun card using few of the new release products. So today I’ve used Santa’s Village, Wanna Build a Snowman, Holiday Sentiment Duos clear stamp sets along with Santa’s Village dies, Wanna Build a Snowman dies, Stitched Slopey Joes dies, Merry word die, Christmas Word die and the Metric Stitched Rectangle Dies. I also used the new Star Fall Stencil  to…

December 17, 2018

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Heffy Doodle Prehistoric Pals

Hello everyone. Today, I am sharing my latest video project for Heffy Doodle and I’m making a birthday card (or just a New Year’s card) with the sentiment “Another Year Boulder”. I feel like it could even work as an anniversary card. In the video, I’m using Heffy Doodle’s Prehistoric Pals stamp set and coordinating dies. I’ve also used the Dino Prints Die set, the Wildside…

December 16, 2018

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Holiday wishes..

Hello everyone! Sindhu here. I hope you are all doing well. For today’s card, I used Santa’s Village, Wanna build a snowman and Whatcha saying Now stamp sets. I also used the Whatcha Saying Now dies and First snow stencil. Here is my card I started by stamping and colouring the images using copic markers. I used coordinating dies to cut them all out. Then, I sponged…

December 14, 2018

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Winter Wishes

Today I’m sharing a shaker card using lots of dies and the cute Wanna Build a Snowman stamp set! Hi, everyone! It’s Cassie here, and I’m back with a fun and wintery shaker card to share with you. This is one of my favorite cards that I’ve made this season, so I’m really excited to share it with you. I started today’s card by putting together…

December 13, 2018

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Prehistoric Christmas with Franci!

Prehistoric cuties are getting festive around here! Hello there and happy wednesday!!  Franci here with you today with a super cute and fun Christmassy card! Ok, I just dressed up a prehistoric family for the Holidays! ahah!! Aren’t they soooo adorable and cute?!? First of all I stamped, colored and die cut all the images. The Prehistoric Pals set is one of my fave! I also added some…

December 12, 2018

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Rainbow Birthday Wishes

Watercolor Rainbow Wash with Concentrated Watercolors   Hey, Crafty Friends! One of my favorite techniques to incorporate when my crafty mojo has fled is watercolor washes. I started out by laying down a wash of clean water on to a piece of watercolor cardstock. I then used my concentrated watercolors and dropped in a few drops of each color. I let the water do the work…

December 11, 2018

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