Are there coordinating dies to some of your favorite sets
still on your wish-list? They just might be on sale!!
Here's a little something I made with the darling
Instant Photo Frame die
I recently ticked off of my list!
Don't forget to add the code at checkout!
Now get shopping - there are pages and pages of dies to choose from. But, it's easy to narrow the list by choosing your favorite companies, first!
What a gorgeous design! I love your card, Michele, Jo x
Aww, This is just such a sweet card! I love it! So creative! AND Thank you for sharing about the savings.
OH MY WORD!! I LOVE this card. It is so, so fun!!! FABULOUS design!!
Fun and cute. Love it!
What a clever design! I love all of the happy faces peeking out and those polka dots aren't too shabby either!
Girl! this is THE cutest card ever! I love how your mind works!!!
Fantastic card, Michele! So clever, bright and cheery. Love those ladies and the gent peeking through!
What a fun, vibrant design, Michele ... your line art Leading Family is fabulous behind the die cut sentiment! Hugs, Anita :)
Great artistic design and so much fun, Michele.
Such a fabulous design to your fun and vibrant card. So creative and so very eye catching x
You are so clever, Michele! I love how you stamped the 'Leading Ladies' behind your die cut sentiment and your Polaroid Frame is fabulous! Awesome color palette, too...I really love this card!!!
ooh, loving the line art and fun use of dies!
Such an adorable design! Love seeing all the faces peeking out with a happy hello!
Super cute and fun Michele!! Happy Easter my friend!
Well aren't you just the clever gal Michele!!! I love this card, so cute the way you used your leading ladies stamps and the letter dies as well as the Instant Photo frame. You always come up with the best ideas my friend! Hugs, Brenda
Fun with a fabulous pop of orange! Love those characters peeking through!
I LOVE this fabulous and fun design, Michele! Who would think about showing the faces through the negative of the die-cut "CHEEZ"? Amazing ingenuity! Using the polaroid frame for the camera image and the sentiments, and layering it over at an angle are a fantastic idea!
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