Card Layout 51

Blue balls? No, it’s been surprisingly warm lately, thank you for asking though.

Anyway, here’s the layout and the card that was inspired by it.


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A Quick Demonstration

Fancy seeing how I put this one together? Ok, just hit play.


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Ok, that’s about it for this one.

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Many thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon!

Bye for now.

John.


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15 thoughts on “Card Layout 51

  1. I too would love you to make a book available to buy!! I started downloading your free layouts and got to number 26 before I got too busy to keep up, I have just spent a lovely afternoon catching up on some more of your lovely makes via Youtube :) a book would be awesome!!! x

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  2. Would absolutely love a book. I get behind in printing the cards and patterns. I make sure I have have both in a binder. I think I am only up to printing 38. I never miss a video though!

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  3. LOL John, you always seems to make me laugh, thank you so much for that.
    Fabulous card, great lay out and you probably hear this more; I will use this also for my Christmas cards, I love it!
    John don’t you have anti static powder?
    Great to avoid those little bits around your embossed foiling.
    Speaking of the foiling, I was glad that you showed how to with the wow powder. I always thought you had to let it cool down to get sticky. I have one but still didn’t use it, now I see how easy it is, I certainly will.
    Thank you so much for sharing your great inspiration, stay safe and have a wonderful weekend.

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    • I thought I had shown the anti static bag in this video but perhaps I edited it out. I’m sure I used it though. Even then, the heat from the heat tool heated the card and so some heat activated foil still transferred. Maybe it would be better with contact foil instead?

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  4. Hi John
    Just caught up with amazing 50 and now 51 congratulations to you. It must be so hard thinking of new layouts but you always do it you are so talented. So massive pat on the back to you Xx

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  5. I come here for the double entendres as much as the crafts!

    In all seriousness, this is a lovely card. One little word that has such a strong message. Also loving the colours šŸ‘

    Hugs, T x

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