Tuesday, April 4, 2017

How to make a card using another Quilting Technique

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Today I am sharing with you another quilting technique.  This technique is very simple and a GREAT way to use up leftover designer series paper.  I know we all are paper hoarders, and sometimes we just have to part with some!  I am parting with some of the paper that I know will be retiring, so these will be my make and takes for an event that I am planning for May. 






I created these cards using 4 different packs of Stampin' Up! DSP.  Don't delay in ordering these paper packs though if there is one or two that you really like!  All the DSP will be retiring and we will be getting all new DSP. The retiring list comes out April 10th and after that date it is available on a while supplies last basis!

Order today at www.kim_vogel.stampinup.net, use hostess code: 3BA6GMP9 

Check out my video for all the details regarding this quick, simple card technique.  If you give it a try I would LOVE to see what you create.,  Make sure you share it with me!  I always love seeing what you all create. 






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Kim :-)

Here is a complete list of the supplies that I used to make this card.  I am only including the pop of pink DSP since that is the card I focused on, however, if you liked any of the paper from the other samples that I made the name of the paper and item number is listed in the video.  Let me know if you have any questions. 


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