Perfect Layering

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Whenever it's quiet on my blog, there's lots going on inside and outside my craft bubble. Over the last few days, we had the carpenter and painter in. The painter spent a whole week here. The house was a mess, there was barely any room that wasn't untouched and my hubby had taken over the living-room to instal his photo studio and office. No space for crafting then.

Now I'm catching up with my Christmas makes. We're sending out 14 cards to family and friends this year. I'm still finishing the last batch as I'm writing this and Making Cards' free papers came to the rescue. I didn't want anything fancy and went for these simple iris folding designs. You can find the lovely papers in their December issue.



















While I was looking for something bling and shiny in my stash, I found Hunkydory's Glitter Glaze Card Deco Collection in one of the CMOTY boxes. It was part of the prize from last year's competition. Just to warn you, the card has a pretty strong smell. I can't figure out why. Maybe it's been sitting in the packaging for too long. Funny smell aside, it looks striking on the two Joy cards and the snowman card in blue. I used red mirri card for the card in front.

Here's a tip that will make things easier for you: Invest in a set of square dies for layering. I always thought they're expensive but Tonic Studios are reasonably priced.
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