Congrats Baby Card by Katrina

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Hello, today I am sharing a baby card using the Heffy Doodle Eggcellent news stamp set. When I saw the set I knew I wanted to make a scene card but I wanted to do something a little different to one big scene. To make this card work I needed a longer, taller card so I trimmed my card base to measure 7″ by 4″ when folded. I masked off three rectangle boxes on to a piece of Neenah cardstock. … Read More

Clean And Simple Hugs Cards by Katrina

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Hello. Today I am sharing two clean and simple cards with Heffy Doodle Stamps and Distress Oxides. It’s nice to let someone know you are thinking of them and these cards are simple to make. I wanted to show you that by changing the background colours it can make the same card look very different. I started my card by making the two card bases. I then masked off a strip of the card towards the top. Next I selected … Read More

Light Up Rudolf Nose by Jeni

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Hi, it’s Jeni with an amazing card! This is the first time I’ve played with the Chibitronics and they are so much fun!  I wanted to make the reindeers nose light up so I used the cute reindeer from Polar Peek A Boo Pals and the two elves from a Heffy Doodle set. I used the Chibitronics Starter Kit for this card, but we have extra LED light kits (in white and colour) and copper tape in stock.  All the … Read More

Change of Address Cards by Sarah May

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Hi everyone, Sarah’s turn on the blog today – I’m using it to share with you the card design I came up with to let mine and my husband’s extended family know ‘we have moved’. It was good practice at batch-making ahead of Christmas cards!   Usually I buy pre-made card blanks but I wanted these to be dinky and smaller than any blanks I had to hand so I made my own to fit little square brown paper envelopes … Read More

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