Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Stamp & Camp with Mary - February 13, 2019 - #simplestamping Incredible Like You and Gingham Gala

Today is a really Simple #simplestamping.  Note Card, Designer Series Paper, Stamps and Ink, you can do anything.

So let's see how to do this one.

Product List

Supplies: Stamp Set - Incredible Like You [148708]; Ink - Tuxedo Black Memento [132708]; Card Stock - Whisper White Note Cards & Envelopes [131527]; Designer Series Paper - Gingham Gala 6" X 6" 3 ¼ x 4 ¾  [148554]; Accessories - Glue Dots [103683], Stamparatus [146276].


  1. Center Saying and with Memento Black center, and stamp your saying on the Gingham Gala. 
  2. Attach the Gingham Gala to the card front.

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