Saturday Handmade Card RAK’s

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Oh, the thrill of receiving a handmade card!  I simply can't keep all this sweetness and talent to myself.  Today I share some cards I have the good fortune of having in my card treasure box . . . all Random Acts of Kindness by other paper artists (customers and demonstrators)!

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Ann Schach

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Linda Callahan

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Kendra Richardson

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0 Comments:

  1. These cards are all so fabulous!

  2. No problem, Linda. I appreciate your help. I figured it was the Circle Scissor Plus, too! You are soooo clevah!

    Hugs, M

  3. Sandie Conner

    They are all so beautiful!! Love them all.

  4. Hi Katy – It was simple – and I used punches. I punched out the 2 3/8 scallop and put it aside. Then I used the 2 1/2″ punch to punch around the opening to get the thin band. Then I glued the scallops to the little points on the thin band. The middle is popped up. Easy – sorry Mary for hijacking your comments 🙂

  5. such **nice** cards, to someone so deserving! Thank you for sharing & have a nice [rainy @ my home town] weekend….sprin is around the corner!!

  6. Katy, by the looks of it I think it was a circle then a tad bigger circle cut around the smaller one using the circle scissors

  7. Hi!
    On the Wish Big card, how did she get the circle outline around the scallop punch?
    TFS
    Katy

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