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WT435 It's Not Hard to Use... (7/11/2013)
July is a month that sees me needing several masculine birthday cards, and hardware is always good for that. Equally, a spiral clip can be the perfect finishing touch on a shabby chic dainty card.
So find some eyelets, break out some brads, dust off some old Hodgepodge Hardware (I have a ton of old WRMK hardware in copper, brass and pewter ), frame it in metal, tag it with tin...
In other words, use any metal embellishments on your cards this week.
Please submit new cards only for the challenge.
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Toni has created a very stylish card using eyelets - thank you, Toni.
My Birthday Boat card for DH, also using eyelets.
WRMK hinges and photo corners were used for a Bookish Birthday .
Challenges I participate in: Inspirational Challenge, Sketch Challenge, Inspirational Challenge, Free 4 All Challenge, Queen for the Day Challenge, Feature Stamper, Color Challenge, Ways to Use It, Try a New Technique and I am a proud Tea-Potter Challenge participant.
for today's hardware challenge- I used binder clips, and a few different brads, along with this cool stamp from Hambo- Lobster- and added some die cuts for my frame and side vertical edges. Here's Lotta Lobster
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