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Impressed Thank You

Oh, this was so hard to photograph!  I recently made 40 of this card for my son's Cub Scout leaders.  Phew!  I used this technique of impressing a die along with an impression plate--I used some small glue dots to hold the die in place on the IP, then ran it all through my Cuttlebug.

Paper: PTI White
Ink: Versafine Onyx
Stamps: SU
Other: Taylored Expressions Damask/Houndstooth IP, PTI Fillable Frames #10 die, dimensional tape

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  1. Now, what? How did you do that? I love, love, love it, Cheryl! I can't believe you made 40 of them!! Did you mean to say four? Just awemazing!! I have to try this.

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  2. beautiful!!! I cannot imagine making so may. I am impressed, said with pun intended...

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  3. Oh, wow, this is lovely, Cheryl!

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