Wildcard Wednesday – An Elegant and ornate card

Hello and happy Wednesday.  We are half way through the week!  I hope you are fairing well.  For today’s card I thought I would share how to create border die cuts on a card.  This technique is very easy and I hope you get inspired to try it with your border dies.

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Just to note here that we will be saying goodbye to these inks and card stocks.  You know that they go quickly when we announce they are retiring so I want you to take advantage of picking them up while they are still in production.

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I mention the MEGA tutorial bundle in this video.  If you are interested in the suite you probably want a few ideas on how to use this suite.  Well, how about 90 projects?  I am happy to sell just the tutorial but I am also happy to GIVE AWAY this tutorial to a customer who purchases $120 of product.  For more information please visit my ORNATE GARDEN page.

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5 thoughts on “Wildcard Wednesday – An Elegant and ornate card

  1. Dawn Chevrier

    Hi Susanne, Thank you for the beautiful thinking of you card I received in the mail yesterday! It’s beautiful, hope all is well with you!

    Sent from my iPhone

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    Reply
  2. Phyllis

    Fairly new to card making and real new to stampin up. Found your videos on YouTube and love them. Proud you are a Canadian demonstrator and really like how you do your projects. Very good instructions, easy voice to listen to and no wasted time. Plus your cards are beautiful!
    Question, what is a paper share?
    Thank you for what you do.
    Phyllis in Newfoundland

    Reply

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