Wednesday, September 3, 2014

VIDEO Tip: Double Your Paper Pumpkin Cards

I love the cute printed cards that come in the Paper Pumpkin kits, but honestly, I feel like I am neglecting the pretty that is on the back side. I was delighted to find extra card fronts in my August Paper Pumpkin: Seriously Amazing kit! There are eight die cut card fronts and four printed cards. I think the intention was to give us choices for the sentiment we wanted to use, but I decided to use them ALL and make eight cards!
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Watch this quick video tip to see how I turned four cards into eight!
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2 comments:

mamichelle said...

Great tip! I love the printed card bases in this kit.

Mitzi Luttrull said...

Thanks for the tip, Julie!