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Clemente Batan
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Combined Puncher & Dies Embellishment Card
With the metal die craze today, who is still holding on to their punchers? I do! I remember that the product that attracted me to crafting is the Martha Stewart punchers especially the border punch. For this card, I am using MS Eyelet Lace border punch. I u...

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Interactive Window Card
I am using Eekers Knitty Kitty Digis for this project. I uploaded the digi image to Cricut Craft Room and had it drawn using a black Cricut marker. I colored the image using Copic markers. My inspiration for coloring the cats are my sister's cats, B and Rya...

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Black Blended Background Card
I got inspired by Kelly Latevola's card technique featured in the Simon Says Stamp Blog ( http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/blog/kelly-make-4th-series/ ). I want to give it a try and this is my own version of her card using that technique. Using a Strathmor...

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Watercolored Stamped Sentiment & Shaker Wine Glass Slider Card
I am using the Paper Smooches Sassy Script to customize a sentiment. I stamped the letters on black cardstock using Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Antique Linen. I tried painting over this to give it a look like I hand-painted it but I wasn't successful in achie...

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Dimensional Heart Shaped Shaker Card
I die cut 6 pieces of outline hearts using the the Cricut Explore. One thing I found out is when cutting a 110-lb cardstock using the Cricut Explore, the poster board setting should be chosen. Using the regular mat and regular blade, the machine cuts the ma...

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Partial Die Cut Interlocking Valentine's Card
I challenged myself to create an interlocking card without the use of a special die that creates this specific mechanism for a card. I am using a Lawn Fawn Stitched Heart die. I measured the heart at its widest. I used a 12" x 6" card stock. The card turned...
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