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Monday, July 07, 2014

Keepin' Cool Card Tutorial By Pinky

Hey there friends, 
It's Pinky today with a card tutorial for all those fun summer memories. 
Perfect for cards, layouts or whatever craft you are working on. 
I combined the Summer Lovin' 6X6 paper pad with her great Silhouette 
Digital Cut Files and created this. 

Using die cut machine and pink paper from paper pad- 
cut out doily shape at 5". Trim out 9X6" white card stock for card base and
bone fold in half. Cover front with green paper from paper pad. 

 Trim out Flamingo paper at 3.5X5" adhere to front of card over green. 
Run digital cut doily through sticker maker- adhere to top
and bottom of card and trim off excess. (Cut slightly smaller than half). 
 Created paper pinwheels- adhere to card using bright colorful buttons. 
Add ribbons- trim out "Keepin' Cool" quote from paper 
strip Summer Lovin' 6X6 paper pad adhere to front as shown. 
 It's not hard to coordinate all these amazing patterned papers
into a card you can be proud of!

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