TagJulie Warner

A Clever Snowman Card Idea!

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Even though this was originally created as a Christmas card, we just had to share this adorable snowman card idea because it’s just SO clever! We can totally see this design concept used with loads of our other characters and critters! Our Associate Designer, Julie Warner, created this card by stamping, coloring and die cutting the little snowman with all his details for the reflection. Then she covered the buttons, pocket and his face with masking tape on the stamp, […]

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Gorgeous Handmade Card With Coffee Theme!

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Today we get to show off a gorgeous handmade card with coffee theme details from our Associate Designer, Julie Warner. You may remember this stunning card from this post and today we’ve got some fun additional inside scoop on this card. We figured there’s nothing like curling up with a cup of coffee on a Sunday morning….. First let’s get another look at this beautiful card: Julie wanted to create an image where it looked like this coffee lover was […]

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A Peek-Through Slimline Halloween Die Cut Card!

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Today, as part of our 13 Days of Halloween, we have a gorgeous peek-through Halloween die cut card made as a slimline using one of our new slimline dies. As STUNNING as this card is, it’s easier than it looks thanks to some clever details. First, our uber talented designer Julie, used the Slimline OPC (One Piece Cut) Circle Dash die and placed it over the stamped Slimline Halloween background. She marked where the greeting “Happy” and then “Halloween” would […]

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Halloween Card Ideas Using Embossing Folders

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We have some super talented designers and today we are SO excited by one of the coolest Halloween card ideas we’ve seen – watercolored embossed paper! Isn’t that effect just so cool? Julie shared that she was inspired by this video here because, in her words, “I thought it looked interesting but easy enough for everyone.” We agree! If you don’t have time to or don’t want to watch the video basically the steps consist of embossing watercolor paper with […]

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