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This is a tri-fold card whose backing is an A4 size, allowing 35 people to sign. The fronts are hinge glued to the back. The vines are in 2 different colours to give lift and the flower center is a pearl button with the shank cut off. The love heart border is punched. All joins inside are covered and to give relief from the white, further vines are centered on each panel. In all, one on the easiest farewell cards I've made for work!

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A Center Step Card tutorial on for my card although I made it a little skinnier (5" x 11") so that I could use the MS punch around the page set for my feature panel! The base is pink then punched a piece of Very Vanilla with the Deco Fan punch around the page set. The other three panels I've used Vanilla and topped with pieces of design paper. I've stamped the roses from Flourishes' A Year in Flowers 2 set in Memento Tuxedo Black coloured with Copics, RV000, RV32, RV34, G20, G21, G24…

More info: http://stampwithtami.com/blog/2015/11/brick-wall Am I the only who sees this card and wants to start singing Pink Floyd's "Brink in the Wall"? hahaha. In today's Stampin Up video tutorial, I'm going to show you how to install a window in a brick wall in 5 minutes or less. Just call me Bob Villa, kidding. I share a funny story about my friend and her "A List" and "B List" Christmas cards. I've included a "hack" I made up for an easy way to cut the rectangle in the center for t...

Designer Resource Flourish Frames on Craftsuprint designed by Gillian Hutchinson - made by Hilary Hallas - I used one of these lovely frames in my design cup606067_819 Steampunk Lady Easel Stepper Card Minikit and made this card. I scored and folded the stepper card and attached the easel base with dst. I then built up the pyramid on the topper and attached to the back step of the card and attached the other decoupage pieces with sticky tabs. I finished off the card by sticking the signature…