Create Custom Die-Cut Seasonal Sentiments with Laura Bassen
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Laura's kicking off the holiday stress support group today with two incredibly eye-catching graphic cards featuring her specially constructed holiday rainbow. In a testament to how much a great eye for design minimizes the amount of product necessary to create a great look, she's used only one die set, one stamp set, and some colorful card stock scraps! Grab your scraps...it's time to get crafty!
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How have I missed Laura’s videos before??? She’s a delight – cool tips, too.
Dear MFTS and Laura – WOW- WEE! A second video from Her Rainbow Highness Ms. Fadora today! Holy smokes! I should play the lottery or something.
Love both of these and thanks for showing the place-holder technique when the alpha set only comes w/ one of each letter, which is, of course, usually to always the case.
Your cards turned out GREAT! You were so funny when you were doing the circle one (second card)… you put the pine green stripe on and then cut the circle without even hitting the pine green. I guess it was about whether you wanted more red or more green? Anyway, it ended up looking splendid.
Have a great weekend! Good luck w/ all the bdays. I wrote you a note already about having gone from 5 days between Dec 19 and Jan 18 down to only 2 now. I only have to find gifts for sister and dad at this point. I’m not glad that two of the five are with us no longer, but the month leading up to Xmas is stressful and expensive enough w/o five bday gifts to add…….
Have a good weekend!
Lori S in PA