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Stencils… the best things in life

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  Hi there! Marilyn here! I hope you are well as we see the long, warm and sunny days wind down to the end of summer.  It’s already darker earlier in the evenings and later in the morning.   Did you hear Rubbernecker Stamps is now making their own line of stencils?  There are several patterns available and for my card, I chose to use 4007 Squares & Rectangles with texture paste for extra dimension.    After the paste was […]

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Watercolor Butterfly Smile For You

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Happy Monday everyone! Our team always wants to bring you wonderful inspiration. Today Lisa is going the extra mile with Watercolor Butterfly #7 (947). You really can’t help but smile when you see her card. The great design, coloring, and layout are perfect.  We really can’t say enough about how beautiful Lisa’s

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Cute Spring Time Fox

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Hello everyone! We are sure that everyone is ready for spring time by now. Rae Ann did a fantastic job coloring the little fox from the Fox Set (3105). She made him look positively adorable between his fluffy tail and the beautiful butterfly flying by. The butterfly is actually part of the set, isn’t it cute? Cutting these out were easy for her, as she used the matching Fox Die Cut set (3105D).  Rae Ann also gave the little fox […]

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Wedding with Cristena Bagne

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Thinking of all the summer weddings, Cristena decided to make a card using the new and very cute Wedding (3103) clear stamp set. She put a lot of texture and color into her card, yet it is very sweet and simple.  The sentiment is included in the Wedding stamp set along with some other sentiments as well.  Cristena used Ken Oliver’s Color Burst Fresh Florals set (cbset-5) and Rich Moroccan set (cbset-4) to make the watercolor background using the Rubbernecker […]

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