Hello… You’re On My Mind

The blog hop was yesterday and if you missed it, don’t worry you’re not too far from it… just scroll down and you’ll catch up real fast… don’t forget to leave comments on the cards that are especially nice to you.

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On to my card… I didn’t stray to far away from My Digital Studio <— click there and get your FREE 30-day free trial!  You can make all the cards with the FREE digital stamps, paper, cardstock that comes with the initial trial.

Play with it and don’t worry about breaking it… you won’t damage a thing.  If you need additional help the My Digital Class Finest Simplicity Kit – Digital Download is the perfect fit for beginners.

On to what I did to make my hybrid card… extremely simple and I put it together while watching tv in between commercials… sent it to my printer upstairs, which always has Whisper White cardstock in it and boom… there it is.


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See the two washers?  I made them with two circle punches and they are made in the same similar way rings are made.  Only difference is the size of the circle punch or circle framelit.  View the PDF on how to make rings here.

For the ribbon, I took the Cherry Cobbler 3/4″ Chevron Ribbon, cut it in half and slid the rings into it and used Sticky Strip for adhesive.  It’s stronger and will prevent the ribbon from fraying.

To make the rings silver, I used the Silver Foil Sheets to give them the washer look.

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The digital stamp set is from Love You To The Moon.  One of the easiest things about digital stamp sets is that you can fill them in different colors and they are just as pretty compared to ink pads.

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I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to design with you!

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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.

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