Create Your Own Stencil

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What’s your type stamp set.

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Custome cellophane bag

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Stamping Tip

Are you having a hard time having your stamped image stamp clear? Well you can help that image stamp clear by placing our piercing mat under the project you are working on. This gives your stamp a little gush to stamp onto and it comes out crisp and clear. Don’t have a piercing mat, then you can go to my website to purchase one at

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MDS Wedding Project

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File folder edgelits dies

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This weeks Stampin’ Up specials


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Thank you card

What a beautiful thank you card to give to show your gratatude and so easy to make too.


Materials needed:
Whisper white card stock cut 8 1/2×5 1/2
Pavilion Potpouri stamp set
Perfectly penned stamp set
Watercolor wonder designer series paper, the flower one cut 3 3/4×4 and one piece 1 1/2×1 1/2
Pansy punch
Butterfly punch
Scrap of whisper white card stock
Marina mist ink pad

1. Folder whisper white in half to form base of the card.and adhere the piece of DSP to the whisper white card stock. Then adhere the doily to that with snail. Punch out a pansy with the pansy punch and the 1 1/2×1 1/2 piece of DSP. Adhere the flower to the doily.
2. With marina mist stamp the butterfly and the thank you onto the scrap of whisper white. Punch out the butterfly with the butterfly punch and ad to the flower with a dimensional.
3. Cut out the thank you with scissors and add to the card with dimensionals. To finish the card add a pearl to the butterfly and you are done.

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Gum Holder

A great little gift to make and give to others.


Materials needed:
Card stock
Bird punch
Scalop punch
Word window punch

1 . Cut card stock 3 1/4 x 9 3/8 and score at 3″, 3 3/8″, 6 3/8″, & 6 3/4 then fold all scores with the 3″ in front.
2. Decorate with bird punch or whatever you want. Scallop front edge and punch word window punch in bottom flap.
3. Put sticky strip on inside bottom and adhere down. Stick in 3 or 6 pieces of gum and attach a piece of velcro to the front flap.
From Dawn ( Thanks Dawn)

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How to make a basic small box

Need a box for a small gift, well why not make your own.


Materials Needed:
Card stock
Score board
Sticky strip

Basic boxes are pretty easy and can be made in any size.
1. Cut this box base 6×6, and depending how deep you want it you can score at any width. This one will be scored at 2″ all the way around. Then fold and cut up two sides on each score mark. Assemble with sticky strip.
2. For lid cut card stock 31/16×3 1/16, score at 1″ all the way around. Cut up two sides on both score lines and assemble with sticky strip.
3. Put lid on bottom of the box and decorate the lid and bottom if you wish.

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