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Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets

Tammy Tutterow Designs: Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets

Hello, Friends!  I’m so excited to share today’s project with you, as I think you are going to love it!  I tried some new techniques while making these Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets, and I got to have my first play date with Tammy’s Scoop Pocket Steel rule die.  What fun!

Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets by Kathy Clement for Tammy Tutterow Designs Photo 1These darling little Easter Tag Pockets make me so happy I want to get up and dance!  Here’s what you’ll need to make these l’il cuties

Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets Supply List
Making Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets

Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets by Kathy Clement for Tammy Tutterow Designs Photo 2I used the same basic “recipe” for each happy little Easter tag pocket.  Here’s how that process went:

  1. Die cut the scoop pocket from designer paper.  Crease on the fold lines.  Glue together.
  2. Cut shortie tags from designer paper.  Use the inserts to cut a decorative edge and glue onto the base of the tag.  You will have to trim out the sides to do this, but it’s easy enough.  Normally, you would cut the edge onto the bottom of the tag, but I wanted the tags to be a little bit longer so they would stick out of the pocket just a little bit.
  3. Stamp sentiments onto watercolor paper.  Heat emboss with clear embossing powder. Color in with markers.
  4. Trim the sentiment.
  5. Stitch onto the tag
  6. Add ribbons and embellies.
  7. Decorate the pocket front

Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets by Kathy Clement for Tammy Tutterow Designs Photo 3Die cutting the pocket from double sided paper gives it very boutique feel.  The little tag has a photo mount on the back side so you can add pictures of your sweeties all dressed up in their Easter best.  Or you can write a sweet note here.  There’s also plenty of room to tuck in a little treat or gift card.  Aren’t they FUN?

Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets by Kathy Clement for Tammy Tutterow Designs Photo 4To add the spatters to the tags, scribble your Distress Markers onto a craft sheet or stamping block.  Make an inky puddle by adding a tiny bit of water.  Then use a paintbrush to flick the ink onto the card.  This adds such a fun, festive feel to each tag. The look makes me think of those malted milk Easter Egg candies.  YUM!

Stamping on Felt: A New Technique for me

Happy Little EasterTag Pockets by Kathy Clement for Tammy Tutterow Designs Photo 5So, I fell totally in love with Tammy’s Posie Parts Cling Stamp and Die combo when I made my Suck it Up Buttercup project.  Then, I fell in love with felt flowers when I made my Altered Starbucks Bottle Vases.  I wanted to combine the Posie Parts stamps/dies with felt.  So I put on my thinking cap and decided to try it using Ranger Archival Inks on 100% wool felt.  As you can see, the flowers are cute, cute, cute!

Happy Little Easter Tag Pockets by Kathy Clement for Tammy Tutterow Designs Photo 6I stamped 3 of each Posie Part flower and a bunch of leaves.  The first time I die cut them, the ink kind of bled onto my cutting plates.  Soooo, the second time, I very gently heat set the ink with my heat tool.  No problemo!  The wool felt handled the gentle heat very well, and there was no inky mess on my cutting plates.

Next, I hot glued the flower layers together, staggering the petals.  I pressed a ball end stylus into the center to create dimension.  Finally, I added little button centers.

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A Nifty Clean Up Trick

If you do get ink on your cutting plates, you can break it down and wipe it off using hand sanitizing gel.  I use this stuff to clean my craft sheet, cutting mat, hands…anything that gets inky, really, and it works great!  And, it’s CHEAP!

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Working with Tammy’s lovely products always makes me happy, happy, happy!  I hope I’ve shared some tips and tricks that you can use in your own crafty adventures.  If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner (Crafty Secrets November 2013 Linky Party)

Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner 13 Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner for the November 2013 Linky Party!

Here it is the first Monday in November!  What?????  I don’t know where this year has gone to!  I’ve had so much fun blogging and sharing my projects with you all, that the year has just flown by.  And now, it’s time for the Crafty Secrets November Linky Party!  I have a super fun Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner to share with you today.  But before we get to that, I want to invite you to play along with us! Each month, Sandy and the Crafty Secrets design team put together tutorialsl to share with you in our Linky Party.  Then, you get the chance to share your new project, made with Crafty Secrets stamps, images, or papers and upload it to the Crafty Secrets blog.  Sandy awards everyone who plays along a $6 gift certificate to the Crafty Secrets Heartwarming Vintage online store and one lucky person will win a $50 shopping spree!  That’s definitely worth playing for, wouldn’t you agree?

Also, I’m excited to let you know that we have a new Design Team member!  Cherry Nelson of Cherry’s Jubilee will be sharing her crafty goodness with us all.  We are both on the Really Reasonable Ribbon DT as well, and I just love her style. Welcome, Cherry!  Here are the blog links to the rest of the team.  Be sure to hop along and see what fun they’ve cooked up for this month’s Linky Party:

Vicki Chrisman, Design Team Leader       

Michele Kovack

Darlene Pavlick

Rebekah Fairies

Sheila Rumney

Kathy Clement (you are here)

Elizabeth Lincoln (Splitcoast Gallery/I Love Rubber)

Cherry Nelson  WELCOME CHERRY!

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Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner

With the holidays looming large on the horizon, I decided to break open my Creating With Vintage Christmas CD #6 for inspiration.  Oh, and did I ever find it!  This CD is just overflowing with gorgeous vintage papers, printables, greetings ephemera, templates and everything you would need to create inspiring cards, home decor, and gifts.  It is so easy to copy and paste the images into a Word document and size them exactly the way you want, then print them out on your own printer.  So convenient! 

I love the look of vintage images printed onto old dictionary paper, book paper or hymnals.  I had an old hymnal in my stash that I had picked up in a “FREE” pile at a local yard sale.  I used this as the base for my Christmas banner.  I sized my images to fit the dimensions of the hymnal pages and then just printed them out. I used a Spellbinder’s die to cut my banner shapes, but you could easily make a template using an old cereal box as well. I stitched each die cut banner piece onto dark green cardstock.   I then printed out a rich gold paper from the CD onto heavy weight cardstock and matted each page onto it.  This really reinforced those delicate hymnal pages.  I used fancy cutting edge scissors to cut around the gold printed paper. 

I used doilies to top off each banner shape and then stitched the whole thing together with my sewing machine using 1 1/2″ wide crushed satin ribbon to bind it together.  Then, the real fun began…adding little touches here and there to finish it off.  Let’s take a look.  And remember. you can click on the photos for a larger picture.

Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner 05  I created rosettes using the border paper from the CD.  These are gorgeous when you put them in between each pennant on the banner.  I used the Tim Holtz rosette dies, but you can easily make these by cutting a 12″ strip of 2″ wide paper, punching along the edge and then scoring every 1/4 inch.  Accordion fold down the entire length, glue the two open ends together and then flatten out to form the rosette.  Glue buttons or punched circles to the center to maintain the shape.  Once you’ve made 2 or 3 of these, you’ll be whipping them out in no time!

Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner 06 I also tied lengths of the same ribbon on either side of each pennant.  Then I glued the rosettes on top of the knots.

Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner 07 I used “O” rings on each end so the banner can easily be hung up, then tied a big poufy bow on each end.  Now, let’s look at the individual letters:

Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner 08 These letters are in the CD.  They can be sized to whatever dimension you need for your project.  I printed them out on stiff cardstock and added Glossy Accents to the letter portion.  Once that was dry, I fussy cut around the letters and glued them onto the tip of the pennant.  I love how these letters are “shadowed” to give them a great sense of dimension and depth.  You could also just use the letters to make a very simple banner, as they are printed on a dark green banner-like background.  You could print out mini ones to add  banner to your Christmas cake, or print out giant ones to make a wall hanging.  So versatile, and I love that feature about working with digital!

Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner 09 I love, love, love these images all on their own, but when you print them onto hymnal paper or dictionary paper…well, what can I say? 

Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner 10 These precious little birds are probably my favorite image.  Love them!

Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner 14  These little angels look so sweet on the hymnal paper.  If you don’t have hymnal paper, I have good news for you.  There are a couple of different music papers included in the CD collection.  You could print them out onto tissue paper or even plain printer paper to achieve a similar result.  See?  Sandy thought of everything!

Crafty Secrets Christmas Banner 12 This Santa and baby is such a sweet image.  I deliberately kept this banner very simple, so that the beautiful vintage images could shine.  I can’t wait to hang this in our dining room at Christmas time!

And that’s it for me today, friends!  I hope you enjoyed my Crafty Secrets Christmas banner.  I made it in a single afternoon, which is very cool.  The CD is available in the online store…and…here’s really great news!  The complete CD is available as a digital download for just $15.95.  And you can have it in your hot little hands in a matter of minutes.  How exciting is that?  I’ll be sharing more projects from this collection with you over the coming days. 

Thanks for stopping by!  Don’t forget to play along in the Linky Party.  You’ll have all week to play along.  And thanks for taking the time to leave a comment…you have no idea how much I appreciate them.  They make me happy…right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers!  Until next time,

Cheerio,

kathy

Dynamic Duos 56 Meets Mojo Monday 297

I know, I know….two posts in one day! I promise to be brief.  I was going along my merry way this morning when suddenly i realized that today was the deadline for Dynamic Duos #56. I had just a few hours to make the card and post.  Since the colors for this week’s Dynamic Duos are one of my favorite color combos, I just had to play along.  And, since I also loved this week’s sketch for Mojo Monday, I decided to combine the two challenges to one another!  Without further ado, Dynamic Duos 56 Meets Mojo Monday 297:

Dynamic Duos Mojo Monday June 13 2013  Here is the Mojo Monday sketch and the Dynamic Duo color pick for this week:

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I love pink and brown together, and the sketch for this week was so much fun.  The papers are from Graphic 45’s Once Upon a Springtime Collection, and I used a Spellbinder M-Bossibilities folder create the background. 

Dynamic Duos Mojo Monday June 13 2013 08 I love this sweet fairy image and the pretty Prima Flower.

Dynamic Duos Mojo Monday June 13 2013 04 Here’s a peek at the inside…

…and the lined envelope...Dynamic Duos Mojo Monday June 13 2013 06

…and the envelope flap...Dynamic Duos Mojo Monday June 13 2013 05

OK…so that’s really, really, really it for me today, folks!  I hope you enjoyed this union of Dynamic Duos 56 and Mojo Monday 297.  I know I had fun creating it.  Thanks for stopping by, and thanks for always leaving me such sweet comments.  They make me happy, right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers.  Until next time,

Cheerio,

kathy

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Balmy Breeze Brie Box (Heartfelt Creations)

This is the time of year when my thoughts begin to turn toward the sea.  There’s something about Spring that makes me yearn for long walks on the beach, combing for shells and other treasures.  I think the fact that everything here in North Carolina is coated in a film of yellow-green pollen has a lot to do with my desire to be at the shore right now.  I can’t even walk to the mailbox and back without having to wash a layer of pollen off my glasses!.   So clean ocean air is very appealing!  When Heartfelt Creations sent me their Balmy Breeze paper collection to use in my design team auditions, I went searching in the infamous Closet of Shame  fishing for something to alter.  I came across an old brie box.  And that’s how this Balmy Breeze Brie box came into being:

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I love this elegant lighthouse backed by fluffy white clouds.  I dabbed a little Picket Fence Distress Stain onto the clouds and lighthouse to highlight them, and spritzed the panel with some Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist in Patina.  Using the box lid as my template, I traced around the image, inked the edges and applied it to the box, which I had prepped by painting it with Vintage Photo Distress Re-Inker and a foam brush.

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The crocheted lace, shells and button with twine were secured with a hot glue gun.  (And yes, I burnt my fingers, but it was worth it. )  I used Scor-Tape to secure the blue ribbons and the row of crocheted lace.  The box is only about 4″ in diameter, so these shells are really tiny.  They are the result of last summer’s beachcombing.  They look right at home beneath that regal lighthouse. 

The inside of the box contains a special greeting card:

Here's the circular greeting card inside the box.

Here’s the circular greeting card inside the box.

Here's the card out of the box.  I added the word fragments to the sails and created the compass tag using an old clothing tag and the images from the cut apart page in the Balmy Breeze collection.

Here’s the card out of the box. I added the word fragments to the sails and created the compass tag using an old clothing tag and the images from the cut apart page in the Balmy Breeze collection.

This circular card was easy to create.  I simply folded an 8 1/2 by 11″ sheet of dark brown card stock in half, then placed my Spellbinder’s scalloped circle die on the fold so that the two scallops of the  die rested just outside the fold line.  This way, when the die is run through the machine, the fold remains intact, and you end up with a card instead of two die cut circles.  I repeated this, and then overlapped the edges to create an accordion fold card with 4 panels.

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As you can see, four panels were cut from the Balmy Breeze paper using a circle die that was just slightly smaller than the scalloped circle.  These were mounted on each brown panel, decorated.

The first panel features another lighthouse from the cutapart page.  It is secured with copper brads, adding to the vintage feel of this panel.  A snippet of the Decorative Lattice Swirl Die is  glued under the image.

The first panel features another lighthouse from the cut-apart page. It is secured with copper brads, adding to the vintage feel of this panel. A snippet of the Decorative Lattice Swirl Die is glued under the image.

The second panel features a little pocket, created with two of the designer papers and a sentiment card from the cut apart page.

The second panel features a little pocket, created with two of the designer papers and a sentiment card from the cut apart page.

The 3rd panel uses the beach chair image along with another snippet from the Lattice Swirl Die.

The 3rd panel uses the beach chair image along with another snippet from the Lattice Swirl Die.

On the final panel, I placed the Lattice Swirl Die onto the designer paper and carefully trimmed away the excess.  Only the outer edges of the die were glued to the paper, creating a gift card pocket! I love the way the die resembles a wave.

On the final panel, I placed the Lattice Swirl Die onto the designer paper and carefully trimmed away the excess. Only the outer edges of the die were glued to the paper, creating a gift card pocket! I love the way the die resembles a wave.

The card was accordion folded and tucked into the base of the brie box, which had also been decorated with designer paper.  I think this makes a great masculine gift, especially if you tuck in a gift card for a sporting goods store or a coffee shop.  My husband loves the beach, so this would make a great Father’s Day gift for him….or a birthday gift as well.  The little box can be used to collect beach glass or other trinkets from the shoreline.  The soft neutral colors would work with most any color palette.

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As a bonus, I decided to clean up the Closet of Shame after finishing the Balmy Breeze Brie Box.  When I did, I found several more little cheese boxes stashed away in there.  Now that I can find them, I’m sure I’ll be making more fun gift sets.  Maybe a baby card….or a wedding card would be fun.  You just never know where you’ll end up when you start rummaging around in the Closet of Shame. I might just have to change the name to The Closet of Potential or the Closet of Possibilities; I found some really great stuff in there!

Thanks for taking the time to read my little blog.  Let me know if you have any questions about today’s project.  I’ll be happy to help in any way I can.  You know how much I love your comments.  They make me happy, right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers.  Until next time,

Cheerio,

kathy

Product used in this project: Paper:  Balmy Breeze Collection, Heartfelt Creations; Dies: Spellbinder’s Circles and Scalloped Circles, Decorative Lattice Swirl Die/Heartfelt Creations; Ink: Ranger Industries Distress ink and Re-Inker, Vintage Photo; Mixed Media: Ranger Distress Stain: Picket Fence; Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, Patina; Ribbon and Glue from my stash; Word Fragments: Paper Wishes.  Brown Cardstock: My Favorite Things.

 

 

 

 

Precious Pockets (Baby Card and Custom Box)

Precious Pockets

Nothing in this world is more precious than a new baby.  So when a friend asked me to make a special card for a sweet baby girl, I wanted to do something really out of the box.    My friend Julie asked for pearls and lace and tulle and satin…”make it too, too, ” she requested.  “Too, too?”  Can do!  I designed a card that I like to call Precious Pockets.  The card is a cutaway card  with three hidden pockets for tucking in tags.  So let’s take a look at this Precious Pockets baby card and custom box.

Card size is 5 x 6 1/2".

Precious Pockets Card size is 5 x 6 1/2″.

Here you can see the first inner page of the card.  There's room to tuck a gift card into the lace border.

Here you can see the first inner page of the card. There’s room to tuck a gift card into the lace border.

Here's the inside "spread" . I used Paint.net to block out the family's personal information to protect their privacy, but the real card has all the vital statistics handwritten into the space.

Here’s the inside “spread” . I used Paint.net to block out the family’s personal information to protect their privacy, but the real card has all the vital statistics handwritten into the space.

I love all the tags, ribbons and chipboard bits peeping above the pockets.

I love all the tags, ribbons and chipboard bits peeping above the pockets.

Side one of the first tag.  The word "precious" is also stamped directly onto the card, so even after all the tags have been taken out ot the pockets, the card still looks "finished."  The stamped image is from Crafty Secrets Baby Girl clear art stamp set.

Side one of the first tag. The word “precious” is also stamped directly onto the card, so even after all the tags have been taken out ot the pockets, the card still looks “finished.” The stamped image is from Crafty Secrets Baby Girl clear art stamp set.

The back side of the first tag.  The sweet baby faces, and all papers used in this card are from Graphic 45's Little Darlings paper collection.

The back side of the first tag. The sweet baby faces, and all papers used in this card are from Graphic 45’s Little Darlings paper collection.

A photo of this newly born princess was cropped  to fit the tag, then stamped with Ranger Coffee Archival ink.

A photo of this newly born princess was cropped to fit the tag, then stamped with Ranger Coffee Archival ink.

Front side of tag 3: Canvas letters were colored with Spectrum Noir pens and then accented with white acrylic paint.

Front side of tag 3: Canvas letters were colored with Spectrum Noir pens and then accented with white acrylic paint.

The flip side of tag 3: more precious chipboard images from Graphic 45 and a little hand written sentiment are added to this door knocker tag.

The flip side of tag 3: more precious chipboard images from Graphic 45 and a little hand written sentiment are added to this door knocker tag.

Another photo of the card, all put together...but it's too think for a standard envelope.  What to do?

Another photo of the card, all put together…but it’s too thick for a standard envelope. What to do?

....Create a custom box to hold the card, of course!

….Create a custom box to hold the card, of course!

Some satin ribbons, a sweet pink posy and another tag from the Little Darlings paper collection adorn the top of this hand made box.

Some satin ribbons, a sweet pink posy and another tag from the Little Darlings paper collection adorn the top of this hand made box.

So there you have it: my Precious Pockets baby card and custom box made with Graphic 45 Little Darlings collection and a few items from my stash.  I really enjoyed figuring out how to put this card together….and if you’d like, I’d be happy to write up a tutorial so you can make one as well.  For now, I have to get on with my day.  I’m taking a few days off to help my daughter Liz get settled in her new apartment.  I fly out very early tomorrow morning and will be in Baltimore until the day before Easter.  Easter Sunday is filled with fun family plans: Easter breakfast and egg hunt with Sophie and Julia, then Easter Dinner with the gang back at our house.  So this will be my last blog post for several days.  But I’ll be back next week, and will share a tutorial on how to make a custom box for those bulky hand made cards. 

Thanks for taking the time to read my little blog.  I hope you all have a loving and peaceful holiday weekend with your friends and families.  If you have any questions or comments on today’s post, please be sure to leave a reply.  You know how much I love hearing from you.  It makes me happy right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers.  Until next time…

Cheerio,

kathy

Products used in this project:  Paper: Graphic 45 Little Darlings collection; DCWV Once Upon a Time stack (for the box); Inks: Ranger Coffee Archival Ink; Stamps:  Crafty Secrets Little Girl and Little Boy Clear Art Stamp Sets, Fiskars Precious Baby Quotes; Spellbinders Borderabilities/Lace; Flowers: Prima

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beach Babe Birthday (Graphic 45 On the Boardwalk)

Beach Babe Birthday Card

Happy Friday to you!  I have been so busy that this week just flew by!  Don’t tell anyone, but I didn’t even dust or clean bathrooms this week…too many hours spent in the studio having way too much fun.  The dust will wait…and it’s almost Easter so dust bunnies seem oddly appropriate.  I have another fun beach themed card to share with you today.  I call this one “Beach Babe Birthday”.  The papers are from Graphic 45 On the Boardwalk collection, which never fail to make me happy:

001 (2) I love the vintage bathing beauties featured in this collection.  Isn’t she sweet?

Beach Babe Birthday Basics

Begin with a 10x 6 1/2 sheet of kraft cardstock.  Score on the long side at 5″.  Crease to make your card base.  Stamp around the perimeter of the card base with the border stamp of your choice.  I’ve used a border from Technique Tuesday “measure up” stamped in Sienna Archival InkA panel was cut to fit inside the stamped border, stitched and inked with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.  This panel was adhered to the card base.

One of the vintage beach babe photos was selected and cut on three sides, but torn on the left side, leaving a piece of the border in place.  A frame was cut using Spellbinder’s scalloped circle dies and placed over the image which was then covered in Glossy Accents and set aside to dry.

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The little camera was stamped onto a piece of aqua scrap paper and heat embossed.  The lens cap is fussy cut from the bottle cap images page.  Fun, right?

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A fishtail was cut into another piece of this aqua scrap paper and used as a mat for the black wavy stripe paper.  On this, two more vintage beach babes were added to the party. 

005 (2) This little panel was centered and adhered on the left hand side of the base panel.

Finishing touches for Beach Babe Birthday

The “smile” sentiment was stamped on a tag taken from the cut-out page of the collection and heat embossed.  Once the focal image dried, it was added to the base panel and adhered with dimensionals.  A button and some glittery sunglasses from my stash were added, and the camera, also popped up, was perched up in the corner.  Some postage stamps from the cut out page were added, torn on one side to add to the vintage feel.  006 (3) The ribbon was created by dying seam binding with distress inks.  You always have  a custom ribbon that perfectly matches your project when using this technique!

Beach Babe Birthday Greeting

The inside of the card is simple, but festive.  It features the aqua striped paper that was used as an accent on the outside of the card.  I like to do this sort of reverse technique when designing card interiors.  Use paper that was an accent on the cover and give it more prominence inside.  This ties the card together but provides a lovely contrast. 

010 I also framed the image, but mounted the frame horizontally, echoing the design on the front of the card.

Here are a few more pictures of this fabulous Beach Babe:

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004 (2) I think I want to be the Beach Babe when I grow up!

Thanks for taking the time to stop by my little blog today.  I hope this fabulous vintage Beach Babe Birthday card brought a smile to your face!  If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them in the reply section.  Just click on the “leave a reply” button at the top of this post to do so.  You know your comments make me happy right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers!  Enjoy your weekend…until next time…

Cheerio,

kathy

Products used in this project:  Graphic 45: On the Boardwalk paper collection; Technique Tuesday: Measure Up stamp; Paper Wishes: Birthday greetings stamp; Inkadinkado Clear Mini Stamps/Camera; Ranger Industries: Distress Ink, Glossy Accents, Archival Inks; Spellbinders: Circle and Scalloped Circle dies; Dimensionals: Stampin’ Up!

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