Making Birthday Cards In A Snap

Happy Tails Creative Fold Video

#happytailsstampset  #creative Fold  #lindabauwin

Today it is time to finish the card I started on Friday.  Did you catch the video on how to use the Big Shot Embossing Mats on the flap of this card?  If not, check out the blog post and video on how I did this technique here.

The Framelit Dies from the Be Mine Stitched Framelits Dies, is perfect for the flap on this Z Fold Card.

The Happy Tails Bundle is the bundle  I used on this card.  This bundle is the one I also used in my Customer Appreciation PDF Tutorial for this month, but this card is an added bonus to that tutorial.  As it is not part of the tutorial.  Make sure you check out all he details on how you can get this PDF Tutorial at the bottom of this post.

Sizes of Card  Stock I used for this card are as follows:

  • 4 1/4" x 11" Flirty Flamingo Card Stock Scored at 1 3/4" & 5 1/2"
  • 1 1/2" x 4 1/4" Basic Black Card Stock
  • 4" x 5 1/4" Basic Black Card Stock
  • 3 3/4" x 5" Whisper White Card Stock
  • Scrap Basic Black & Flirty Flamingo Card Stock

 

#happytailsstampset  #pdftutorial  #lindabauwin

April’s Customer Appreciation PDF Tutorial for Online Orders, features Happy Tails Bundle.   This bundle includes the 16 piece Photopolymer Stamp Set Happy Tails, and the Bog Builder Punch.  This is a must have bundle for all Dog Lovers. 

This PDF Tutorial has eight adorable cards.

Get this tutorial free with Online orders of $30.00 or more, before tax and shipping, in My Online Store the month of April, when you use the Hostess Code JZUGJ42J. 

If your order is over $150 DO NOT use the hostess code, so you get all the stamping rewards.  I will send you the PDF.   

Would you like to just purchase the PDF Tutorial?  You can for just $9.95.  E-mail me jlbauwin@roadrunner.com and I will send you an invoice.

 

Product List

Big Shot
$110.00
Glue Dots
$5.25

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