December 1

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Kimberly A Cox

What state do you live in?


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  • Thank you for your friend request, Kimberly!  Have a beautiful day!!

  • Forgot to tell you check out the video here on this site.
  • Hi Kimberly,

    This card is very easy to make. Lots of scoring involved and only uses a 11x11 sheet of DSP. Got this inspiration from wickedlywonderfulcreations.blogspot.com. Have fun. Thanks for the friends request.

  • hope you can use some of my ideas as you go stampin' along............

    nice to have friends................

  •  For the garden stakes you use metal flasing. It comes in a roll, it can be found at your local hardware store. Just ask, they will know where it is. If it comes in two thicknesses get the thin one.............. Very easy to work with too...............
  • The tie-dye is a very simple technique, but oh so cool. You take a piece of waxed paper, and crumple it up and then flatten it back out. If you want a starburst effect, fold it like you would a piece of paper when you make paper snowflakes and then crumple it. Next, you lay it on a piece of glossy cardstock and sandwich it between 2 pieces of a brown paper bag and use an iron to melt and transfer the wax to the cardstock. Let cool and use sponge daubers to rub classic ink on the cardstock, going from the lightest color to the darkest, allowing the colors to blend and create a rainbow effect. Then use a tissue or paper towel to remove the remaining wax. To get a butterfly shape, use a punch or the Butterflies Big Shot die. Thanks for asking,
    Lori Subosits My blog: www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/lorisubosits/blog
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