Quite a Pair

Your cards and projects don’t need to be time and labor-intensive unless that’s what you want them to be. Attractive projects that your recipient will love are mere minutes away – Creative Team member Amy’s sweet card is proof positive.

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Talk about thinking outside the box – Amy repurposed the Lightbulb Die-namics into a pair of pears. The result is simple and sweet, cool and graphic, and begging to have the card interior filled with words of love.

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The stem and leaves can be cut twice from different shades of card stock, or, simply choose a coordinating ink color to darken the stem – what a time saver!

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We’d love to see your “made in minutes” projects. Make sure to tag MFT in your social media uploads so we can see what you’re up to!

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6 Responses to Quite a Pair

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    Jackie Pedro says:

    Amy you are so clever! This is adorable!

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    MelanieR says:

    I love this card… proves that less is more!

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    Tamara says:

    LUV your products and can’t wait to see everything!!

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    Tesa Cook says:

    I wondered about other uses for the shape too. I already have pair dies so it didnt occur to me to use these that way too. I love fruit. Thanks for sharing!

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    MICHELLE LARUE says:

    i cant believe you made this from the light bulb set upside down. how creative. its really helping me to be more creative and think outside the box

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    barbara macaskill says:

    The light bulb dies could also be used as hot air balloons, a snowman, wings, table tennis paddles and so many other cool things! Now that I am seeing the possibilities for other ways to use them I think I am going to have to order them! LOL!! Glad I was browsing your site and saw them!

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