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Campology Card Inspiration

Here’s a Campology card inspiration for Day 7 of our series. Today we are using the Toile technique for our Christmas card. Toile is a fabric printed with a repeating pattern. The standard for Toile is single colour and the theme is usually the scenic French countryside. It is usually printed in black, blue or […]

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Trimming The Town Card

Our card inspiration features the Trimming The Town DSP, a new set of papers from Stampin’ Up! found in the 2020 Christmas catalogue. First, what’s a DSP? That’s Designer Series Paper. They are double-sided printed papers usually in 12 x 12 inches but are also available in 6 x 6 inches. Coordination is key for […]

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Dressed To Impress Card

Let’s use the Dressed To Impress to make a card. I love how the stamp set has a greeting for Mother’s Day. Also the shoes, lipstick and perfume bottle tug at my heart strings. It’s such a fun set to use. I want to keep the layout clean & simple by heat-embossing. After heat embossing, […]

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Plaid Tidings Suite

The Plaid Tidings Suite is perfect for food gifts this Christmas. They say we eat with our eyes and packaging enhances the whole eating experience. Aren’t you enticed to eat when your food is presented nicely? I love it when my food looks pretty. Have you mastered something in your kitchen during the on and […]

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Pergamano-Inspired Technique

Join me and learn this Pergamano-inspired technique for your card making. Pergamano is an ancient, delicate and beautiful technique using parchment paper. It has a charming ‘granny-ish’ lace-like look that I love. We’ll keep that style element but give it a modern twist by using vellum instead of parchment paper. Also we’ll be combining stamping […]