2 Cards, 2 Different Techniques using Lucky Duck stamps set

January 22, 2016





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Aloha Guys!  This is Joyce from http://enjoyscrappin2.com and I have 2 cards for you today using 2 different techniques.  They both came out fantastic and I hope you like them too.  This stamp set is one of Gerda's brand new stamps set, Lucky Duck.  I think this stamp set is very versatile and has endless of possibilities.  I hope you like how these cards turned out and check out her other New releases as well.  Thank you so much and I'll see you back soon :)


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