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Old 03-31-2018, 10:51 AM   #1
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I had a leftover gold foil star and a circle die cut from Stampiní Upís old Brushed Silver card stock laying on my craft table since Christmas. I also had some kraft tags and at one point they were stacked on top of each other and I wondered if I could make a card out of these random elements on my table.
Today I finally sat down to figure it out. 0d214b75-e6aa-4a30-a766-13734039ab84.jpg

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The pictures show my progression.
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Old 03-31-2018, 11:09 AM   #2
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I'm impressed. Great card!
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Very nice card and a great way to (1) use up what is on the desk and (2) show how to step up a basic card without adding a ton of stuff. Great work.
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Thanks for sharing the progression........it's very pretty AND so much fun to go from step to step with you.

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Very cool, and a great card to boot! I have a DVD case full of UFOs - I should follow your lead and dump them out on the desk and play around with them and see what comes out...
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Really neat. And I liked that you pushed the circle in more in the last one.
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