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    Dedicated Scrapper HOPEJACK's Avatar
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    Lovely cards Ladies Really like the alcohol inks too Craftymama!
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    wow these are fantastic! I love using pink petticoat and made a huge purchase which made a dent in my internet download limit wish I had gone unlimited broadband!!!

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    Here's a card I've just done using my first Cuddly Buddly stamp
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    Gorgeous cards Nicky, I love the colours. I was wondering where you got your little card easel, it's really cute and I think I would like one LOL! Would be grateful to find out where you got it, thanks. Chris :-)

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    ps... in fact all the cards here are gorgeous, such a lot of talent. :-)

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    Chris - you can buy mini easels in Ikea

    Jayne - where can I find the cuddly buddly designs? that image is so cute!
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    lots of gorgeus cards being designed.
    Tracey i think i came across the cuddly buddly on the famous auction site lots of different designs too.
    here a card i made using cloud nine papers & hero art stamps.
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    Cu***y Bu***ly have a website.

    Fantastic cards everyone.
    Last edited by Nellyphant; 10-04-2008 at 07:16 AM. Reason: Missed a bit out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisd99 View Post
    Gorgeous cards Nicky, I love the colours. I was wondering where you got your little card easel, it's really cute and I think I would like one LOL! Would be grateful to find out where you got it, thanks. Chris :-)
    Chris - if you're not close to an Ikea - I got a small easel from our local Wilkinsons. Cost about 2-ish, I think.
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    The only thing in life to succeed is a budgie with no teeth!! Cockneyrebel's Avatar
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    A couple of cards I made for a birthday & mothers day...using cricut to make flowers x
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    Beautiful cards everyone.

    This is my first attempt at an 8x8 card. It's for my MIL's birthday.

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    I had my cake and ate it too!! Pink Chocolate's Avatar
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    how have you used the card to do an 8x8 card hun

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    Wow beautiful cards
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Chocolate View Post
    how have you used the card to do an 8x8 card hun
    You cut one sheet of A4 card to 8x8. The second sheet of A4 you cut to 8" along the long side.Using your scoreboard,score about 1inch in on the short end.
    Fold in. Use DST on the short part of the fold and with it slightly folded,slide the other 8x8 in and stick down.You then trim away what's left of the long piece of card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Chocolate View Post
    how have you used the card to do an 8x8 card hun
    Or - buy A3 cardstock and just cut to size
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