Video: Clean & Simple Halloween Card

September 22, 2016

Hi guys! This is Emily Cupely and for today's video I made a Halloween 4bar card which turned out very pretty, but, at the same time, very easy and quick to make. I hope you enjoy the video below! :)










Supplies:


http://gsd-stamps.com/collections/shop-clearstamps/products/fall-mice-4x6-clearstamp-set http://gsd-stamps.com/products/bats-halloween-4x6-clear-stamp-set http://gsd-stamps.com/collections/shop-clearstamps/products/cheerful-hedghog-4x6-clear-stamp-set





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