I made them while watching Damages with Glenn Close. I subscribe to Netflix online and usually end up watching mindless shows while I stamp. I also watch a lot of YouTube tutorials on stamping, of course, and sometimes I'll watch other kinds of YouTubes. I love YouTube!
Anyway, back to my cards. Here is #3
And here's card #4. Ta da!!!
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Here are all four cards that I made this weekend.
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SNEAK PEEK . . . SNEAK PEEK
Here's a sneak peek at a card I'm working on today.
Rejoicing with You stamp set with gold embossing powder. I first cut my Whisper White card stock using the Apothecary Accents Framelits and then used the coordinating Festive Paper-Piercing Pack to add a simple touch.
I'll share more later.
And one last picture of my cat Fluffy hanging out with me on my crafting table.
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