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Wednesday, 21 September 2016
Back to normal a bit later, nice and clean surface to work on, if nothing else.
So, a page from a magazine, with a Christmas Card made with a bauble stencil.Behind that,some Baubles cut from copy paper, to do my own version with.
There were more Christmas cards made this week, in the previous posts. One using Tim Holtz Mixed Media dies, which I CASE'd from Pinterest. Well, I pin so much 'inspiration', it's about time I actually used some of them.
Also, in the post below, a piece about the cheap dies from China. I ordered a few, based on the fact that the first one worked Ok, so theres a write up on them, for anyone who was curious about them. Includes a link to the page on E Bay.
Finally, some goodies from last week free with magazines. I have to say that I rarely buy cardmaking/papercrafting mags, but I have taken to browsing each month to see if the Freebies are worth having.
This week there were 3, Making Cards with a book of backing papers, Papercraft Inspirations, which has the fab Merry Christmas Embossing Folder, and a third which I've forgotten that had the Birch Trees Embossing Folder and stamps.
See, I'm being reasonably well behaved in the enabling department this week. Unless you go look at the cards, of course! Don't forget to leave your link at Julias place, The Stamping Ground, and we'll all come visit, and maybe be enabled a little.
And one last item for you, I saw it on Facebook the other day. Mikeys fiancee KT has been doing a bit of sewing, and her Dad posted this for her to read. I thought it might give our sewers a giggle.