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Wait...WHAT? & Joke of the Week

  Wait What

OMGosh!!! I have a super fun technique for you today on my Wait...WHAT? Wednesday tip video. It's called Tie Dyed Background and I love the way it turned out. It's so bright and vibrant! What do you think?


I used the HAPPY BIRTHDAY GORGEOUS BUNDLE for all of these cards. This bundle combined with the BALLOON BOUQUET is a win-win!  I have 24 more cards to share with you using this bundle...so let me tell ya...if you didn't get it yet...click on my ORDER ONLINE button down below and get yourself one so you'll be ready when I share all these great ideas!
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Here are the other cards I made with different color combinations. This one uses Berry Burst and Elegant Eggplant ink:
And this one uses Daffodil Delight and Memento Black ink. I love that little bumble bee - yellow and black always reminds us of bumble bees doesn't it? What do you think? Which one is your favorite? That little bee die is from the DRAGONFLY DREAMS THINLITS - you can find these in the PRODUCT LIST down below.

 Lovin' these bright cards!




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Product List 

Happy Birthday Gorgeous Photopolymer Bundle
Happy Birthday Gorgeous Photopolymer Stamp Set
Happy Birthday Thinlits Die
Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies
Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits Dies
Balloon Bouquet Punch
Twine Baker's Whisper White
Big Shot
Big Shot Die Brush - New Configuration
Bone Folder
Stampin' Dimensionals
SNAIL Permanent Adhesive
Liquid Multipurpose Glue
Glue Dots
Island Indigo Classic Stampin' Pad
Lemon Lime Twist Classic Stampin' Pad
Berry Burst Classic Stampin' Pad
Elegant Eggplant Classic Stampin' Pad
Daffodil Delight Classic Stampin' Pad
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad
Clear Block G


A Joke 

Wise old Indian.... 
Fred was driving home from one of his business trips, in Northern Arizona, when he saw an
elderly Navajo man walking on the side of the road.  As the trip was a
long and quiet one, he stopped the car and asked the Navajo man if he
would like a ride. With a silent nod of thanks, the Indian got into the
car.  Resuming the journey, Fred tried - in vain - to make a bit of
small talk with the Navajo man.  The old man just sat silently, looking
intently at everything he saw, studying every little detail, until he
noticed a brown bag on the seat next to Fred.  "What in bag?"- asked
the old man.
Fred looked down at the brown bag and said: -"It's a
bottle of wine. I got it for my wife."
The Navajo man was silent for another moment or two. Then, speaking with the quiet wisdom
of an elder, he said: "Good trade!" 



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Holly Paplow

What a great technique! Thanks for sharing! I'm always looking for guy cards and I think these would be good.

Casie Williams

Just love new techniques and I'll be playing with this one this afternoon. Thanks!


You did have a very good time making this card in many different colors. It is good to enjoy your work. And you do enjoy your work.


Hi Kelly, that was a good laugh out loud joke. Thanks. Will check the technique out later, as usual


Love it! Thank you for the video!

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