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Saturday, October 5, 2013

It's International CARD MAKING Day!



Who Knew?! An entire day devoted to card making... Well I just have to participate don't I?   What a great way to celebrate so many things I love ... crafting, paper arts, friends and family!

Here is card I created using the Mr. Stinky digital stamp that is being sold as a fundraiser for an artist in need that I am very close to... so what a PERFECT way to celebrate World Card Making Day by sharing my card AND the Fundraiser! (Smile)
Link to Fundraiser information HERE
Here is a card I created using one of the Handmade Harbour digital stamps for their weekly Papercraft Party. This week it's a Halloween theme.  They are an AMAZING little company out of the UK who are just getting their challenge blog started up and I love playing with their digis.  Why not pop in for a visit today?

And here is a card I created for the Drunken Stampers Challenge #143 this week we were to use a die cut... I used the piece left over AFTER you cut out your image... Soooo Meee!

So, enjoy World Card Making Day this year and maybe you can find a minute to make a card to share with us today...Smile!

Thanks for stopping by and leave me some Blog love in the form of a comment if you like!
Scrapbook Lynne

5 comments:

  1. Wow! You go girl! Fabulous cards all! Happy WCMD my friend!

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  2. (Belated) happy World Card Making Day, Lynne! Super cards. ♥ that Stinky guy!

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  3. Congrats on these beautiful cards Lynne! And how did you get your glass bottles in the H H card to look shiny? Love it! Laura (your newest follower) ..I'm at CraftyLawyerCreates.blogspot.com

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    1. Laura! Thank you for the kind comments on my cards.... tomake the bottles look like glass I use a product called Liquid Glass from Close to my Heart - I LOVE It... there are a couple of other products out there - Diamond Glaze is one of them, but I find Liquid glass to be far superior, the only thing is you have to find a CTMH consultant to purchase from... PS: I LOVE your stuff tooooo (Smile)

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  4. Thanks Lynne! I will keep my eyes open I love that glassy look.

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