Say Hi In A Mod Way

Hi Creative Friends,

Did you see Tuesday’s project? If you did then you know that we are loving all the new colors of ink and matching paper from Concord & 9th. Their colors are extra special and it has been a blast working with them. So much so that we couldn’t put them down just yet so here is a new card design using the brand new Mod turnabout stamp and the Sweet Bee die set.


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Stencil and Distress Oxides Fun with Heather

Hi Crafty Friends,

Heather Telford is visiting today and she is sharing a trio of gorgeousness! Heather always has something wonderful to share… and today is no exception. Take a look at these beautiful cards she has made using the My Favorite Things Mosiac stencil and a bunch of distress oxide inks.

Hey, after you have soaked in all her creativity here, be sure to pop over to her blog for more inspiration!


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A Trio of Moroccan Mosaic Cards by Laurel Beard

Hi Everyone,

Laurel Beard of Simply Cardmaking is visiting us today and she is sharing a trio of cards created by using the Moroccan Mosaic background stamp by My Favorite Things. Laurel has used tons of fun color combinations and different card designs to help jump-start your own creativity!

After you have soaked in all her fabulous cards, pop over to her blog. She has packed oodles of inspiration and creativity into each blog post, then be sure to hit the subscribe button. You will not want to miss one post!


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Foiled Hexagons by Heather Telford

HI Everyone,

Have you heard? Heather Telford and The Foiled Fox are hosting a SPARKLE card challenge! We are encouraging all of you to get your SPARKLE ON and whip up your favorite sparkly creation! Enter by clicking the BLUE FROG BUTTON at the end of this post.

To inspire you and help get the creative juices going, Heather is featuring her own sparkle magic today.

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