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A Whole Lotta Card Making Goin’ On!


Today I have  a whole lotta card making goin’ on  (think “Jerry Lee Lewis” and a “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On).  I have gathered and photographed oodles of pretty cards created by my Stampin’ Pretty Pals as well as customers and friends.

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16 thoughts on “A Whole Lotta Card Making Goin’ On!”

    • Oh wow , again a beautiful parade of cards !! Your all vary crafty.. Tfs,
      Hugs to all!!
      Hugs Frenchie,

  1. I was so excited to see my card especially with all of these other gorgeous cards. Thank you so much for sharing it! That really made my day! 🙂

  2. Mary, I just started receiving your newsletter. I have to say my first email to open was the NY Times, but now it is yours. Brings a whole lot of happy to my day! Thanks. Oh, and these cards are great . The watercolor thinking of you is my favorite. Carole

  3. Nancy . . . when embossing in white, be sure your Versa Mark Pad is plenty juicy when you stamp. Go heavy on the embossing powder (removing and/or tapping off the the excess) and allow your heat tool a few seconds to heat up before applying heat. The first few seconds when it isn’t as hot can blow a few flakes around. Try it . . . this works well for me! M

  4. Nice group of cards there, Mary! Thanks for sharing! II love them all, but I must say I am so partial to navy and white, that the first card by Candy Ford is my absolute favorite. The crispness of the white embossing is something I still cannot attain!


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