Envelope liners and techniques

How much can you learn in 15 seconds? Well, a lot, actually, when it is a CTMH official Instagram video. 🙂

Having just finished directing my church’s VBS, I am reminded of the value of a handwritten note of thanks. Cardmaking has been the crafting part of my life that I can say I’ve done the most with. This video will help you expand the handcrafted card to include the envelope itself.  Look how nice you can match the envelope with your card. Also see the great advantage of clear stamps in doing this fun and great looking technique called “rock-n-roll” where you can add a tinge of color to the edge of an already inked stamp to add a bit of dimension. If you like the pineapple stamp, its from a set called One in a Melon,” … see the image below the video, cute, right?

It's what's on the inside that counts! Follow these simple steps to make these fresh envelope liners!

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One In A Melon stamp set C1650 and a couple of more cards made with it and the Calypso paper suite.

C1650 One in a Melon 1605-se-calypso-wyw-cards

2015-2016 Annual Inspirations cover

 

 

Also, don’t forget that the 2015-2016 Annual Inspirations expires in a week, so if there are any stamps or papers there that you need to add to your stash, contact me soon!

Making memories with you,

Debbie

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