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Inchie Witch

I followed my sister Cammie’s inchie card to use scraps on my table to create a cute – stamp free Halloween inchie card.  The broom is created using the Owl punch and the score-pal to create the broom bristles.  Witches hat is from none other than the pennant punch and her face it done with circle punches and the wordwindow for her nose.  The wart is a brad and her half smile was free hand cut. Finished with the bat punch and a rhinestone.


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Black and White and Red all over

 Inchie cards are one of Cammie’s favorite design layouts.  She loves them because it enables her to use the scraps from her worksurface and then she packs a WoW factor with the floral spread.  She used the raining flower Stamp set #122767 then hand cut, and used the sueding technique (crumble and distress to pull away the layers of SU cardstock) and then layered across the card front.  Nice thing about this card she was able to create many cards in one setting.  What a great thank-you card for her customers that ordered from her in Sept.


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Daisy Button

Just like the energizer bunny, the pennant cards keep going and going… Today’s card is an “inchie” style card.  The flower is formed using pennant punches.  The faux button looks like a real button but is not as bulky because it was made using a stack of at least 4 each 1 3/8 circles and topped off with a circle ring.  Punch button holes and add bakers twine to complete the look.


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Color Coach Combo Challenge #3- Wisteria Wonder

Wisteria Wonder, Elegant Eggplant and Lucky Limeade are the 3 colors that make up  creative combination #3 that our new designer and Cammie’s downline, Lara Kirchner selected for today’s amazing challenge.  Today’s 4 cards are all predominantly flower cards.  Could it be that the lovely pastel  wisteria wonder makes us envision a flower theme.  Lara’s design was featured around the ala carte triple treat flower and the coordinating Fancy Flower and 5 petal punches.  Cammie’s extensive layered look was centered around an “inchie”layout  that is softened by a garland spread of distressed wisteria flowers.My inspiration for the wisteria challenge was the “he loves me, he lovse me not” daisy.  Yvonne’s card simplistic  layout features the blossom petals builder punch.  Stay tuned tomorrow for Yvonne’s Pear Pizazz color coach challenge.


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