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Thank you Linda!
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Thank you Beka! I loved participating this week and look forward to seeing what is the next set for the WWYS challenge blog!
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Thanks Denise! I think polka dots and florals are meant to be together! Thanks for leaving me such a nice comment
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Thank you Tracy. It was so fun to be a guest designer for the What Will You Stamp Challenge!
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You are very welcome!
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Thank you so much Luralyn!
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Thank you Barb! Thank you for asking and you may absolutely case it.
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Thanks Beka! I was happy to have the set and be able to participate in the challenge!
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Thanks Kate for the comment. I will try and add the measurements when time permits. Here are the measurements for this card. Basic Black card base: 4-1/4" x 11" scored at 5-1/2" Real Red cs 4" x 5-1/4" DSP 2-1/2" x 5" WW: 2-1/4" x 4-1/4"
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Thank you Angie! I am glad you liked this sweet and simple card.
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2018 on A Good Day at As the Ink Dries
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Thank you Angie!
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Thanks LeAnne! It is one of my favorites too! Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment!
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Hi Mary, I know there are fancier ways of doing this but here's my quick and easy way. I cut a piece of Whisper White 4" x 5-1/4" and with the 4" side at the top of the Simply Scored, score 1", 2", 3" . The first fold is a valley fold, then mountain, then valley. The piece should look like a "W". Put adhesive along the 5-1/4" side and secure it to the inside of the front of the card and do the same attaching the back of the W to the other side of the inside of the card. Hope that is clear. Look at the side view picture and you can see how the W is attached. Let me know if you have any questions. Enjoy!
Toggle Commented Jan 10, 2018 on Happy 2018! at As the Ink Dries
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Thanks Ann! I am having so much fun playing with the new Lots to Love Box framelits. I am on the hunt for more things I can package in them.
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Thanks Barb! SImple and pretty quick except maybe for all those rhinestones!
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THanks Judy!
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Thanks Carol! I was a little concerned that I was going too simple for this non traditional challenge.
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Hi Kate! Here's what I did. I started off with a card base of Thick Whisper White card stock. Once I realized that there was bleed through I added a 4" x 5-1/4" sheet to the back of the front also cut with the Cafe Builder framelit. This covered up the bleed through on the front. I could have left the back of the card as is since it is the back but decided to also cover up the bleed through. I used Whisper White (regular stock) for the layers. It is a tad thick but not very different from my usual cards except that the layers are more functional vs decorative. THanks for stopping by.
Toggle Commented Dec 19, 2017 on Flying Home and a Charming Cafe at As the Ink Dries
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Thanks Penny! I had fun with this card and it is so fun mixing and matching stamp sets.
Toggle Commented Dec 19, 2017 on Flying Home and a Charming Cafe at As the Ink Dries
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Thank you Heidi! It was fun participating in the challenge.
Toggle Commented Dec 19, 2017 on Flying Home and a Charming Cafe at As the Ink Dries
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Thank you Katrina
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Thanks Carol! Yes, it made CentreStage even better!
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Thanks Joanne! I am always on the lookout for things to fill the test tubes with that are healthy(ish). Thanks for leaving me a comment.
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Thank you Barb and absolutely please share the tea love!
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Thanks Bonnie. I used glue dots to attach the window sheet to the vellum near the mouth of the jar. The glue dots get covered by the jar lid. It is always fun trying to figure out how to attach window sheets and vellum in a way that doesn't show the adhesive. Thank you for stopping by!
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