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Fun Card Friday!



By: Kim Holmes
Supplies: cardstock R002, R007, R009 and the stickers from R012.  Glitter paper GC018 To make this card use a border punch on both edges of the glitter paper and set aside.But blue scalloped sticker into tow pieces and adhere to the bottom of card. Add strips of the striped patterned paper.  Now take and glue down the glitter paper above the stripe and a  tiny strip of the heart paper. Use foam pop dots to add the tag to the card and print out the sentiment and attach.


So how about we get into the routine of FUN CARD FRIDAYS??? and lets kick off this Labor Day weekend with a couple of these cards for inspiration :) We love all the creations that were made with our papers and we just couldn't pick one! All these styles of cards are great for any occasion and will show that person that you put a lot of thought into making that special card for them. Check out our eBay and Etsy stores for more supplies like this! 
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By: Jodi Wilton
Supplies: glitter dot BGP 214,218,216
Butterfly Spellbinders Die, scallop border punch.























By: Teresa Horner
Supplies: New 6x6 Ballerina Princess pad, chipboard,
Ballerina sticker, silver glitter card stock, ribbon, flower,
butterfly punch, and New Spellbinders Lattice rectangles,
and Lg Scalloped Ovals for under the chipboard piece.


                                           By: Jodi Wilton
Supplies: basic glitter dot in Kiwi #203 and Bella strip #464,
Spellbinders die "Lacey Circles", white card stock, mini letters,
and green leaves and ribbon.







By: Tina McDonald
Supplies: basic glitter dot 217, Bella GP 465, white card stock, ribbon, pearls, sticker "It's a Boy" and one of the brand New dies called "Parisian Accents" for the border and the little tag with It's a Boy" on it.

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