Facebook lives are one of my favourite times of day. I really enjoy sharing the crafting on the www. Last night this is the card that was created. I also shared a tip on how to stamp on cut outs using the Stamparatus. Of course I featured my product of the week: Christmas Bulb Builder Punch.
All supplies used in this card are shown at the end of this post in the thumbnails. These are linked to my Stampin’ Up! online store.
Watch the replay of my Facebook live to see how I created these card:
Stampin’ Up!® offeres a number of different builder punches and they help make your card making, quick, easy and very effective. This card was CASEd from a card I pinned by Sara Levin.
Here are close up photos of the cards created:
Here’s photos of the inside of the card and the envelope all stamped to coordinate:
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Bye for now!
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Learn more about the products I used. I have them listed below. Click on the product image to learn more and to purchase from my Online Store. Thank you for your support, I would love to be your demonstrator!