I can’t begin to tell you how much I learned while in New York the last few days. I learned from two of the industries best and today I bring you my very first encased shaker card. I bet that blew your mind…LoL. I’ll tell you all about it below, but in the meantime, I share with you two photos from my unforgettable New York trip.
Michael Trent & Justin Krieger greeted me with open arms.
Putting together the gorgeous baby book taught by Michael Trent.
Today’s Stamp Ink Paper #7 color challenge combined with my recent New York trip has officially brought me out of my shell. Justin introduced me and trained me with a new tool called the Fuse. It’s basically a heat tool that seals shaker cards. I’m in love with it and you’re sure to see many more different type of shaker cards real soon.
MAGGIE MADE TIPS:
- Encased Butterfly. Yes, the stamped butterfly is inside of the butterfly shaped shaker card along with the silver sequins. Here’s a video that shows you how to use the Fuse tool and make a shaped shaker card.
July On-Line Orders. Receive a sample (one of each design) of the 2015-2017 In Color Envelope Paper. Use it to make envelopes or on a card or scrapbook background. Simply place an order via my on-line store and use Host Code: 9YXKNX3R.
Awesome Offer…Paper Share. The offer will continue until they are all gone (I have 4 left). What you will receive? One of each of all our DSP papers cut 6″ x 6″. Perfect for cards, such as this one for that perfect size background. Save the scraps for another day. Why spend over $100+ just to test them and see which is your favorite. Get your sampler pack for only $25 with FREE shipping here.
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My Arms Wide Open. This week I had a conversation with a friend who expressed her desire for a discount on her paper-crafting supplies, but fear a committment or a penalty if she signed up just to receive constant reminders about making sales or holding workshops. I told her that my team is a non-hassle, non-committment, no sales requirement team. What does that mean? Read it here.
You’ll Need These Supplies to Make This Card:
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