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The Key To Happiness (It Could Be Custard Donut Fingers…)

The key to happiness is quite elusive. According to some rubber stamps that accompanied this month’s issue of Get Stamping the message is clear, “Doing what you like is freedom; Liking what you do is happiness”.

I guess that they have a point.

Anyway, don’t worry, I’m not going to waffle on about philosophy and all that. I think that you can guess that this post is in fact about something that I made with the stamps that I got with the magazine.

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Monday Mojo – Magazine Inspiration – RSVP Card

Ever have those mojo lows? I know I’ve had a couple over the last few weeks, and having talked to some of you on Facebook and Twitter, it appears that you often have the same problem. I therefore thought that I would start a little mini-series of mojo busting techniques that I sometimes use in the hope that it will help you too :)

Now, I don’t know whether it is my age, or just the need for something tangible in my hand however I have been reaching more for magazines lately than I have the internet. Are you the same? (Seems a bit weird asking that as you are reading this on the internet…)

Anyway, I recently wanted to do a bit of stamping but really didn’t know where to start (that mojo was M.I.A) so I started flipping through my stash of magazines when I came across some great designs from Stephanie De Geus (cool name huh?) in Issue 14 of Creative Stamping magazine…

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Mini Makes With Inkadinkado Stamping Gear

So far I have been creating some quite sizable projects with the Inkadinkado Stamping Gear from EK Success however a lovely lady called Suzanne, from Australia, recently contacted me via my Facebook page and asked how she would go about creating smaller projects with the Inkadinkado Stamping Gear.

Through some experimentation I have discovered that size doesn’t matter and that you can work on projects all the way down to an Artist Trading Card (about 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches) so I thought I’d share some ideas with you all.

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