Cardmaking Essentials: Thank You Cards
Cardmaking Essentials: Thank You Cards
Kimber McGray
Create smile-inducing cards while learning essential techniques every cardmaker should know!
Curiously Similar
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Make the perfect greeting card for every occasion with versatile stamping techniques, embossed texture and more!
Nichol Magouirk
Nichol Magouirk
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Use your card supplies in bold new ways! Create original designs with unique techniques for adding dimension, shaping stencils, stretching die cuts and more.
Miriam Prantner
Miriam Prantner
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Learn fresh techniques to make the most of your materials for cards that amaze!
Catherine Pooler
Catherine Pooler

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