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For the Birds

I am a big fan of the new Two Step Bird and Fancy Flower punches.  I made these two cards with scraps and it took no time to make them.  The new slim shape makes them easy to store and they take up less room.  Both cards use scraps from the new Sending Love Designer Series Paper.  Because each sheet features beautiful prints and a sparkly side it’s so difficult to choose which side to use.  It’s also very versatile for many occasions.  I am buying more because lately I have been using them for all my cards.

Two-Step Bird and Fancy Flower cards

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Project info:  All supplies may be ordered from my SU website.

You’re Too Kind card

Stamp Sets:  Whimsical Words (Sale-a-bration stamp set)

Paper: SU card stock:  Very Vanilla, Pretty in Pink, Real Red, Chocolate Chip Textured, Vellum (Fancy Flower layer) , Sending Love DSP

Ink:  SU Chocolate Chip Classic Ink

Accessories:  SU Two-Step Bird punch, Fancy Flower punch, 1” circle punch, Scallop Trim border punch (Sale-a-bration punch)

Techniques: stamping, paper punching

For You card

This little card is perfect for a gift enclosure card.

Stamps:  Happy Moments (Sale-a-bration stamp set)

Paper: SU Card stock:  Pretty in Pink, Very Vanilla, Sending Love DSP

Accessories:  SU Punches:  Two-Step Bird Punch, Full Heart Punch for the Vellum heart, 1” and ¾” circle punches

Techniques: stamping and paper punching

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