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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Sweater Card Take 2



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  • Another Sweater Weather Designer Series Paper card for you today, and yes, it's a Sweater Card.  I really love this paper and making sweater cards is so much fun.




    The Square Lattice Embossing Folder really makes this card realistic!




    Just like the Peter Pan Collar on yesterday's Sweater Card, this one was made with the Circles Collections Framelits.




    I used the Hearts a Flutter Framelits to make the pocket and just snipped the bottom off.  Then topped it with the Word Window Punch and snipped the ends off.  Saves me the trouble of cutting a straight line.  LOL



    Inside Sentiment.  Get it???  Warmest Wishes???  OK, I made a funny just like the little boy on the commercial.  


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    Until Next Time,


    Denise Foor

    4 comments:

    1. Still dont understand how you do the collar

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    2. More information on the collars on Friday's post... with pictures on how to cut them. Thanks so much.

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    3. More information on the collars on Friday's post... with pictures on how to cut them. Thanks so much.

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    4. I absolutely love this. It looks soooo real! Reminds me of the 60's. Just fabulous! I can't wait to make one.

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