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Stampin' Dolce: diy Zfold card tutorial using Stampin' Up! Eastern Elegance Designer Series Paper and Another Great Year Stamp Set

How To Pictorial for Fringe Flowers from the Burlap and Blooms Wreath Kit from Stampin' Up! by Patty Bennett

Good tip! Poke hole first then punch.

Banners from Stampin' Up! Punches ~ 1. Cut a strip of cardstock just slightly smaller than the width of the punch. 2. Slide a piece of scrap cardstock (Whisper White works well) into the punch from the front, as if you are going to punch it. This guide will help prevent the strip from getting hung up inside. 3. Working from the underside of the punch, slip the strip into the opening, adjusting until you are happy with its placement. 4. Remove the scrap cardstock "guide" and punch the strip.

Painters tape background technique, with less mess. use double sided tape to hold the painters tape to a clear block and then color with a marker.

Converting Stampin' Up! Wood Mount Images to Clear Mount

Stampin' Up! Tutorial: Chalk Talk plus Scallop Tag Punch

Stampin' Up! Stamping T! - Card in a Box SAB

Stampin' Up! Stamping T! - Washi Tape Folded Triangle Gift Box Gingham Garden

Stampin' Up! card in a box video tutorial by Monica G

The Serene Stamper: Card in a Box Valentine - Tutorial

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A few tips for getting the most from the Stampin' Up! thinlit flip card dies