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Holly Jolly Christmas
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Hey cardmaking friends and welcome back. It's Sandi MacIver here and today I have A Holly Jolly Christmas Card to share with you created with fun products from Picket Fence Studios. In creating this card, I've added a smooth silky textured background for interest and depth. Paper Glaze and Paper Glitz are used in white which is striking but doesn't take away from the pretty holly art piece. The gold mirror sentiment adds just the perfect amount of bling to the card. How to create the A Holly Christmas Card. Start with a 3-7/8 x 5-1/8 piece of Hammermill...
Seamless Designs Stamps
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Hey cardmaking friends welcome back. It's Sandi MacIver here and today I'm playing with Picket Fence Studios Seamless Designs Stamps. Yesterday I pulled out some Seamless stamps and had a good look at them. I'm totally amazed at how versatile they are. I kind of hate when I spend money on a stamp set that I only use once, don't you? Not so with these little guys and let me take a few minutes to explain why. Today I'm going to share a couple of cards I created with these Seamless Designs Stamps. At the same time, tell you why...
Happy Fall Y'all
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Happy Fall Y'all, it's Sandi MacIver here and today I'm sharing two cards created with more new products from Picket Fence Studios August Release. Fall is sneaking up on us quickly, too quickly it seems, which prompted me to create these two cards. So let's talk backgrounds. In creating today's cards, I decided to focus on some fun backgrounds and two different ways to create them. Sometimes when you want to create a quick and easy card, it can look a little naked with just a couple of die cuts attached to the front right? By simply adding a tone...