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How cool is this! I was stalking and was rewarded!!! Thanks Jen, off to check out your sample and see just what this entails!!
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I'm suppose to be getting ready for a crop here tomorrow morning - but I'm off to see if I can quickly make a card with a small stamp and a coluzzle template - hope to be right back!! Thanks for the fun challenge!!
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Here's one that I had in my gallery already, but I'll play more. This card was designed for a Christmas Stamp a Stack last year and was very popular with my customers. Easy to make and not too much cardstock. My tools were two punches and my embellishment was the ribbon. There is only one main layer of cardstock plus a small strip of DSP and white cardstock. Yesterday, I was actually thinking about the challenge of making small images into cards as I was playing with remaking some of my retired image ACT's into Christmas cards. So this challenge is coming at the right time for me.
I think I've met the requirements. I used minature stamps - even used them to create my own background. My specialist tools were my heat gun & clear EP to emboss and my punches. Only a couple of layers. And my embellishment was ribbon. Really "loved" this challenge!!!!!