Saturday, October 27, 2018

Birthday Wishes - Dutch Fold Card

Hello and thank you for visiting my blog today. I am sharing my very pretty Birthday card featuring the Dutch Fold Technique.






This card is actually in 2 pieces, the bottom part that folds in is one smaller piece that I attached and hid inside with a panel covering it, so it appears to be one piece. The bone folder is your best friend for this card, as it will help to get the bottom piece lined up flush to close with the top of the card.

I hope you like this card. Please leave me a comment below to let me know, or just to say "Hi!"

Thank you for stopping by, and Happy Stampin!

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Saturday, October 20, 2018

Sending Love and Hugs To You

I love... love... love... THIS CARD! Anyone who receives this card will have a smile as soon as they see it, and will know that someone special sent it.




It may look intimidating; there are a lot pf parts to this card, but once you have them all ready to put together, it goes together quite nicely.

Did you know that you could use the Stampin' Write Markers to color different parts of a stamp? Just breathe heavily onto the stamp a couple of times before you stamp. This "wakes" u the first colors you painted on to re-wet the stamp. Cool, right?

I hope you like this card. Please leave me a comment below to let me know, or just to say "Hi!"

Thank you for stopping by today. Have a great day and Happy Stampin'!

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Saturday, September 29, 2018

Halloween Theme Team Stamp It Blog Hop



Welcome to the Halloween & Fall Blog Hop by Team Stamp It! I'm Kathi Desmarais of Black Kat Stamp Designs and I'm an independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. I'm so glad you've stopped by. Please be sure to visit all of the blogs posted by our very talented team today. You will find the list of Bloggers below.

Halloween is always a difficult theme for me, as I'm not an avid Halloween celebrator. I tried to do my best with current products that I had on hand. I hope you like my Haunted Black Cat card.



I used quite a lot of different elements in this card but I think it came out wicked good... LOL!

The black foil is a great element for Halloween. I used it for both the Spooky Cat and the fence behind the label. I made the fence by using the adirondack chair in the Seasonal Layers thinlits. 




And those sparkly bats! I cut them freehand from the same label I used on the card!



Thank you again for taking this journey through our blog hop. Congratulations to Cathy Veverka, the winner of the August giveaway.

GIVE AWAY:
Remember to click on all of the names of the participants in the list below and comment on each blog to increase your chance to win the fabulous prize below. **

**when commenting, make sure you leave your first and last name along with #stampitcontest to be entered into our drawing for the free Lots of Happy Card Kit

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