Friday, February 15, 2019

Coloring a Clowder of Cats Video!



Open Book is back in stock, woo hoo! *Today I am showing you some tricks for coloring some very realistic looking and adorable cats with ease! I think you will love this video! We’ll do some simple masking to make the Open Book cats snuggle, then shadow, add patterns, and finally create a fuzzy texture with a regular pencil. 

This is a very quick card made with minimal supplies and this dozing pair design is sure to be appreciated by any animal lover, friend, family member or your sweetheart. Please enjoy! Let me know in the comments which cat pattern is our favorite and how you would like to see one colored in a future video.  I appreciate your feedback!
Don't forget to stamp the inside!


Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Open Book stamp set
Gina K. Pure Luxury White (4 “ x 5 ¼”) and Sweet Mango (4 ¼” x 11”, scored at 5 ½”) cardstock
Gina K. Jet Black Amalgam ink pad
Alcohol Markers (Spectrum Noir: GG2 (shadow), FS9 (ears, nose and beans), TN2, GB5 (orange tabby fur) and IG8 (tuxedo)
Adhesive, printer paper and scissors for mask, 3”x 4” acrylic block, pencil, black pen or white gel pen optional for touch up

Note: I mentioned an optional white and black pen in the video but did not use. The masking came out perfectly, so no need!  But I had them handy in case I had a "skip”, which could easily be connected by the black pen, or went over the edge of one cat, and needed to be covered with the white. Easy peasy! 😊

Open Book

*I think the set is going to sell out soon again at the rate it's going. Don't delay if you can't wait to play!

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Inspiration Hop, Day 2: Love is All You Need, All Star, and Free set

Welcome back, it's Day 2 of our January Release Inspiration Hops! Today we are sharing ideas for Beth Silaika's All Star  and Emily Loggans' Love is All You Need stamp sets. Be sure to comment on the blogs as you hop through, Gina will select a winner randomly from the comments on Friday for a $50 gift certificate to the store for some crafty shopping. You are not required to comment on every blog to enter, but the more comments you leave, the more chances you have to win.  Let's get to it!

Here is sample I made with Beth's set All Star  and my Open Book set. This fun, colorful star layout reminds me not just of picture books, but of old my sticker collection!  (Lots of Lisa Frank and Mrs. Grossman, remember those??) This card just makes me feel like a kid again, I always had my nose in a book.  Honestly I don't read quite as often now because if I'm going to sit down I need to be crafting, but I'll always love books for the stories that have been read to me, the joy they've brought me and the places they've taken me.
I stamped the different stars in Gina K. Sea Glass, Red Velvet and the line art ones in Jet Black Amalgam, then colored them with alcohol markers.  I had a LARGE bookmark collection as a kid, but dog-eared my pages like this, too (unless they were library books). I love the fonts Beth chose and how these different greetings you can customize fill up the card (or the page in this case) Star stamps are so versatile for holidays, gift wrap, when you need just a bit of something on your card even if it isn't star-themed. I cut it all out and popped it up for dimension. Base is Pure Luxury Warm Cocoa, to represent a desk.
    


I don't have Emily's set or the incentive yet, but they are on the way!  I look forward to using both of them very much and will post samples when I do. Her writing is so beautiful and handwritten sentiments really add a personal touch to your projects.  Here are both sets to see what each include.

Lovely Words-free with purchase of $75 or more!



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Let's see what the rest of the design team has today! 
Your next stop is Mindy Eggen, but here is the full list if you are just joining in!


Beth Silaika-Illustrator of All Star
Emily Loggans-Illustrator of Love Is All You Need
Melanie-you are here! Thanks for visiting and your comment!


Monday, January 28, 2019

Inspiration, Day 1: Open Book and Today and Always

Hello!  Welcome to Day 1 of our Gina K. January Release Inspiration Hops!  Today we are sharing ideas for my Open Book and Lisa Hetrick's Today and Always stamp sets. Be sure to comment on the blogs as you hop through, Gina will select a winner randomly from the comments on Friday for a $50 gift certificate to the store for some crafty shopping. You are not required to comment on every blog to enter, but the more comments you leave, the more chances you have to win.  Let's get to it!

I am so happy you all are loving Open Book  (and the cat) the way I do! (Wait till you start stamping with them!) First, what's better than one cat? TWO CATS. SNUGGLING!
Can't you hear them purring? Stamp the one that will be in the front first (right) cover with your mask, then ink and stamp again to the left. Tada! I was so happy how *purrfectly* this masking turned out, really looks like two different cats, not a the same image!  (I'll show in a video how to color this ginger tabby and tuxedo, it's easy!)  Base is Pure Luxury Kraft.  You might choose to stamp "friends" from this set for this design instead of "family", both work .... This pair could even be a fun way to recognize a wedding or anniversary! Meow!

Now I made this card the week before the release just as a sample and for no one in particular, but when I was thinking about what to share today, I realized this was the card to send to my friend who Cat, who had to say goodbye to her beautiful gray Shady Lady the other day. ;( I wasn't thinking about "pet sympathy" when I masked the little bunch of flowers under this cat's paws (cover the cat with your stamped mask and then stamp the roses) or chose to color it gray, but I'm so glad I did.  The inside finishes the "Time spent with friends" sentiment: "… is never wasted." I hope this cards reminds her of happy times with her sweet companion. Base is Pure Luxury Dusty Rose. I also stamped the little triangle stamp at the top to dog ear the page.  Trace under it for shadow to add dimension.

Here is a paper piecing sample using the King James New Testament from the Dollar Tree I recommended in my Facebook Live video.  Each page has two columns that fit this stamp perfectly, to have margins on each side and the spine fits in between, allowing one to read it all easily!  (I didn't feel weird tearing it out since this inexpensive version is printed on newsprint, and am using it for the express purpose of wanting to use the text (as I surely would feel uncomfortable pulling apart one of my study Bibles. Not doing it!) I stamped the glasses and flowers right over it without masking because I like the way it looks with the words peeping through. I used a yellow marker to highlight one scripture and mounted it on GKD Pure Luxury Wild Dandelion to match.
No book or cat for this one, just the words!  I thought it would be fun and interesting to emphasize one of the words in the design by circling it (but by no means does it mean I love family, cats or friends less!)  Just sharing a bit of passion for your passion, you know? ;)  I used a fine line aqua colored pen for checking and circling the words on the list, and colored the pen with alcohol markers to match. Base is GKD Pure Luxury Red Velvet to match the stamped heart.

Finally, I made this next card for my son who is turning FOURTEEN in a few weeks! (William!!) Yep, this crossword is from a Dollar Tree crossword book.  Again, the crossword fits perfectly on the page!  You can pick any puzzle in the book to use since without words filled in there's no specific theme, but here's a tip: If you're going to fill it in with your own greeting like I did, just find one that has a spot for your LONGEST word, here I need 8 for BIRTHDAY (it won't be hard to find one, and they will ALL have 3, 4, 5, 6 letter words.) I used the heart image in the set for the "Love", just to be cute and add a pop of red, but you could certainly spell that out instead. Add a pencil stamp, and of course write your words in real pencil to match!  Base is Pure Luxury Wild Dandelion to match. If your recipient would rather DO the puzzle than have a custom greeting, tear out the page with the clues and fold up to include with your card. :)

I hope you noticed I put all the books in slightly different orientations, it is small enough to have some leeway where you put it on your card if you are doing landscape style and want to change it up. I better stop there! I showed more than I should have but just couldn't help it, made so many.  Still so many ideas to come! (Shoot, I didn't post a card with my bookmark, but I'm sure you'll see it once or thrice in the hop) Be sure to tell me what video you'd like FIRST. I plan to post one later today.

Next up we have Lisa's Hetrick's Today and Always. Her "flowy florals" (Lisaspeak, trademark that, Lisa!) are the perfect way to quickly add some beautiful pops of color for an instant modern bouquet (GKD Tangerine Twist, Key Lime, Sea Glass, Turquoise Sea and Pink Passion). 

The pencils from my Open Book set are cut out and shaded after coloring to act as my embellishments, and those make me feel like I just drew all of this meself on the book!  I forgot to take another pic, but I suggest the polka dot border for stamping the flap of your envelopes when you make cards with this, so fun! Base is Pure Luxury Sea Glass. I will have another sample with these two sets in a video because although I kept all the images inside the lines of the pages, I'd like to show a similar design with flowers using a masking technique so they look printed on the page, rather than like sketchbook doodles. Stay tuned!


Now let's go see what the rest of the Gina K. Designs design team has with these two sets! I'll be back tomorrow to showcase stamp sets from Beth and Emily (and of course, Open Book will also be making an appearance, because I can't. STOP. Using it!!)

Melanie-Illustrator of Open Book- you are here!


Please let me know in the comments section below which of these  samples you liked BEST and which video you want to see FIRST demonstrating the technique! (You won't all get your way, but I do wan to know to narrow it down) Thanks so much for visiting today!

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Friday, January 25, 2019

Open Book, Now Available at Gina K. Designs

 

It's here, it's finally here! A stamp set that's about 7 YEARS in the making!  I hope you got to watch me speak with Gina about the set last night (if not, head over to facebook later!) and share a few tips for it, possibilities with this fun book, cat and other elements are unlimited! Open Book  is near and dear to my heart for so many reasons and encompasses a lot of things and activities that bring me the most joy, I hope you feel the same!  Just a couple for today so you can get a better look at what I shared in the video...

If you love to paper piece, these image are must have! The book become so much more than a "blank" book, as you can see here with a word search (made form a real word search) The pen, pencil, bookmark, and glasses look beautiful patterned, too.



And if you love to COLOR, this set is also up your alley (cat! ahem) This was one of Gina's faves, cat being cheeky! (Colored with alcohol markers to look just like kitty I had in high school) Solids, stripes, and calicos, oh my!

Blog hop with the design team on Monday, come back for that!  They are knockin' my socks off for their ideas with it and I know there's more in store! I'm about to burst with all i'm saving for next week and new videos!

Please let me know in the comments what videos YOU would like to see first!  Tip sheet posted shortly!  Here is my affiliate shopping link: Open Book  (I do think this one will go quickly!)  Have a fabulous weekend!  Get excited for new stamps on the way to you,  this one is a dream to make cards with!

Monday, November 26, 2018

Video: How to Add Cross Necklaces to Your Silhouettes, Two Ways


New video today, it's been awhile! I couldn't let Cyber Monday go by without sharing some ideas for my newest stamp set Men of Faith (you can also do these with Women of Faith). Have fun adding a necklace to the silhouettes, two ways! Measurements and products listed in Video description. Thanks for watching! I show a sample with Women of Faith also, for reference. :)




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Hope you all had a wonderful holiday!

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Day 2: Snowbirds and A Very Merry Christmas

Good morning and welcome to our second day of our November hops. Today we are showcasing Snow Birds and A Very Merry Christmas stamp sets. Be sure to comment as you hop through because we will be giving away a $50 gift certificate for Gina K. shopping. Each comment in one entry, so the more you leave the more chances you have to win.  Winner will be chosen a few days after the hop and announced on StampTV. Good luck!

Emily's greetings and lettering are wonderful in this set.  I stamped the deck the halls image in Red Velvet and embossed the ornament topper with Versamark and gold powder. I dusted off some decorative edge scallop scissors I have to make the border and mat, then mounted on Pure Luxury Gold metallic cardstock and a White base.  I'm out of red bakers twine so I made my own with a red alcohol marker on jute to complete the design.

I made two cards with Alicia's Snow Birds 
. Here I did simple coloring with alcohol markers on the titmouse.  Cardstock is Pure Luxury White, Red Velvet and Moonlit Fog.

I hadn't heard this quote before, and I like it very much. After stamping the feather in Jet Black Amalgam on White, I stamped it again on Red Velvet cardstock. I hand cut a little heart from the stamped feather to pop up on a foam square over the first feather. Cardstock is Pure Luxury White, Red Velvet and Kraft.



Thank you for stopping by today! 
After commenting, please check out more from our talented team:

Melanie-you are here!

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Monday, November 5, 2018

Day 1: Reason to Celebrate and Old Fashioned Christmas


Good morning, friends, and welcome to the first day of our November Inspiration hops. Today we are showcasing Reason to Celebrate and Old Fashioned Christmas stamp sets. Be sure to comment as you hop through because we will be giving away a $50 gift certificate for Gina K. shopping. Each comment in one entry, so the more you leave the more chances you have to win.  Winner will be chosen a few days after the hop and announced on StampTV. 
Good luck!

Many of these tiny Reason to Celebrate elements reminded of the sweet pastel crib sheets, burp cloths and onesies, so I decided to make a pattern on a large block with several images that I could stamp just a couple times in GKD Powder Blue ink to make the background.  I picked some pale alcohol markers to add just a little more color. I used a Scor-Buddy to score some diagonal lines around them for a quilted effect. The die cut tag was made with one of the Decorative Tag dies and tied with jute. Congrats is stamped in Dark Chocolate.
Here is a card I made with Hannah's mistletoe from Old Fashioned Christmas and a greeting from Emily's A Very Merry Christmas set, which we will be showcasing tomorrow.  It nests perfectly around this mistletoe. Card stock is GKD Pure Luxury White and Red Velvet.
The car was fun to color.  I wanted to keep it really graphic and simple using a red, gray, and just a bit of tan (for some brown paper packages) to match the Kraft cardbase.  Car is matted on Pure Luxury Slate cardstock and the background is a Large Snowflakes Foil Mate foiled with Red Velvet Fancy Foil I had left over from another project.

You can find both sets and all the other new products here.



Let's go see what the rest of the design team has with these sets:

Melanie-
you are here, thank you for visiting today!

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Thursday, October 4, 2018

Out of the Box Men of Faith!


So a little bird (Gina K) told me that another little bird (Lydia Fiedler) said that my Men of Faith silhouette looks like West TEXAS and it needed a card with my bluebonnet from Stately Flowers! (I guess when you live in Texas you can't not see it eventually!) So here it is! What I imagined when she told me... 
Good idea, ladies!
I made this for my stepfather whose favorite time of year is a drive through the hill country, when the roadsides become a sea of blue. It really is magnificent and worth the trip if you've never been (and it happens in March before it gets HOT, Spring is delightful here! Really. It is.  The silhouette is swiped vertically with Kraft ink to look like wood grain, (I love how the one skip made a little knot!) and then tapped again along the bottom edge to make it stand out. Flower is colored with Spectrum Noir markers. Cardstock is White, Kraft, and Navy, and patterned paper is form the Journey of the Heart pack.

Hope you enjoyed this out of the box idea!  There are so many techniques you can do to create texture on this bold stamp!  Men of Faithis almost sold out, thanks so much for your support and love for this set already!

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Inspiration Hop, Day 3: Fruit of the Season StampTV Kit

Good morning! Welcome back to our final day of hops! Today we are featuring the Fruit of the Season StampTV kit and the new Incentive set, Perfect Pair. Once again, we are giving away a $50 gift certificate to the Gina K. Designs store! Each comment you leave on today's hop is a chance to win! We love hearing from you! Check the StampTV forum where winners will be announced a few days after the hops. Good luck! 


I used GKD Prickly Pear for stamping the new Elegant Script background and large floral images, and then sponged the edges with the Prickly Pear and Fresh Asparagus ink. Don't you love the glow? So rich!   Perfect for the pears, colored with Spectrum Noir markers DG, DG3, GB11, GB9. Shadow is BG3. Cardstock is Pure Luxury White and Black Onyx.


I used the pears again (because I love pears) but added the bold holly in Fresh Asparagus. I stamped the bird at the top so it would look like he was perching on the greeting mat I added. Love a simple white card base to really focus on the gorgeous images!



Such beautiful snowflakes in this kit!  I love the coloring possibilities, so I stamped the largest one in Jet Black Amalgam and then smaller ones in Moonlit Fog to add interest but not take away from my focal point.  Just a few hits of red and blue to make some of the details pop! I added some Nuvo Drops sprinkled with the GKD Frozen Glitter for sparkle.
Fruit of the Season StampTV Kit



I shared another card with the incentive set on Monday, but here is one more! I love featuring these cups in my Inspiration Mosaic's frame!  After stamping and coloring those, I used some post it notes to mask off other portions of the frame to ad the cute beans in Warm Cocoa ink. Base is GKD Kraft (always a must with coffee cards!!) This cute set is free with a purchase of $75 or more before shipping for a limited time.  Shop all the new products for this release here: What's New. Thanks for hopping with us this week!  More inspiration from the team follows:

Gina K.
Arjita Sepaha Singh
Cathy Tidwell
Debra Warner - Guest Designer
Donna Idlet
Emily Loggans
Hannah Schroepfer
Karen Hightower
Lisa Hetrick
Melanie Muenchinger- you are here, thanks for visiting!
Mindy Eggen
Rema DeLeeuw
Sheri Gilson
Susie Moore 

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Day 2, Inspiration Hop: Rustic Autumn and Something Good in Every Day

Good morning, and welcome back to another inspiration hop! Today we are showcasing the Rustic Autumn and Something Good in Every Day  sets. We are giving away a $50 gift certificate again today to the Gina K. Designs store, so we hope you will leave comments along the way through, each and every comment is a chance to win!  Check the StampTV forum where winners will be announced a few days after the hops. Good luck! 


First up, Rustic Autumn! I stamped this lovely barn in Dark Chocolate onto white cardstock, and then dragged the Sandy Beach pad downward all across it several times to create the wood grain! Even in real life, it tricks me, looks so real! I mounted it on Black cardstock and added some Jet Black Nuvo Drops because I'm out of all my masculine looking little brads! The background mat is made from stamping the new Elegant Script in Dark Chocolate on White, and then sponging and and adding a few of the gorgeous line art and bold leaves in the set.  Greeting is Jet Black Amalgam, and base is Pure Luxury Sandy Beach.


For this card, I tore a piece of scratch paper to mask off a section for the greeting and sponged with Prickly Pear. After removing, I worked my way up so that it would fade out into the distance like a field. I stamped the greeting and trees in Jet Black Amalgam, and then added the leaves in Prickly Pear. I love one tree sending leaves to the other with this sentiment!


Next up, Lisa Hetrick's Something Good in Every Day! I showed one card with the wood yesterday, and today I'm sharing a simple Christmas design. I stamped this gorgeous slice of wood in GKD Sandy Beach on Pure Luxury White and then mounted in on the coordinating Sandy Beach cardstock. The branch is stamped and stamped off in Fresh Asparagus.  The berries and cool offset rectangle frame are stamped in GKD Red Velvet. This looks like a perfect modern country Christmas design so I chose a greeting from Gina's Fruit of the Season kit  (stamped in Jet Black Amalgam).

Let's see more from the rest of our team!

Theresa Momber - Illustrator of Rustic Autumn
Lisa Hetrick - Illustrator of Something Good in Every Day 
Gina K.
 Arjita Sepaha Singh
Cathy Tidwell
Debra Warner-Guest Designer
Donna Idlet
Emily Loggans
Hannah Schroepfer
Karen Hightower
Melanie Muenchinger-you are here, thanks for visiting!
Mindy Eggan
Rema DeLeeuw
Sheri Gilson
Susie Moore

Monday, October 1, 2018

Inspiration Hop, Day 1: Men of Faith and Mandala Maker



Good morning, all! Welcome to the first day of our inspiration hops! Today we are featuring my Men of Faith set and Rina K's debut set, Mandala Maker! We are also giving away a $50 gift certificate each day to the Gina K. Designs store! Each comment you leave on today's hop is a chance to win, and we love hearing from you! Check the StampTV forum where winners will be announced a few days after the hops. Good luck!  

I have several samples to share today for Men of Faith as well as a video! This is a quick one, but you can make 2 cards with it! Measurements and supply list are in the video description! I also incorporated the new Musical Medley stamp as the background...


For these next three cards, among other ideas, I want to show you the different ways to use the new cross and necklace. Here, I chose to omit inking the hands to keep the focus on the profile and stamped the cord and cross in Versamark and embossed in gold to make it hang around his neck.  This sentiment is made for 6 separate words in the set.  I just love how they are separate so you can craft your own very personal messages, but also line them up or stack them to perfectly balance out your design.

I embossed the Son and Godly in gold to really stand out.  Remaining words are also stamped in the Jet Black Amalgam ink. I matted this on Good as Gold cardstock and finally a heavy white Pure Luxury base.  Obviously, this card is for my son!  His Adams apple is not quite that developed yet at 13 (haha!) but I can't ignore that he is changing before my eyes, turning into a man physically and emotionally (sniff, bittersweet)  He wears a gold cross necklace like this every day to school. He asked for one about a year ago, but went through a period he didn't wear it. Middle school is rough for anyone, but it can be especially hard to live out your faith at that age. I am so proud of this bold little guy. He loves Jesus!  And really wants to be a light in the world. 

He was in an accident on Saturday night that involved broken bones and a trip to ER, but I am so thankful it wasn't worse! God is good! If you pray, would you please say one for William, that his shoulder and collar bone would be completely healed? Thank you!

Here you see another layout, with the clasped hands skyward, holding the chain, this time embossed in silver.  I love this picture of surrender and trust.  I used the Moonlit Fog ink to sponge on some very simple clouds. I love the texture of the torn edge at the top and the chaos it suggests. (Praise You in this Storm by Casting Crowns (one of my favorite bands) is running through my head now...)  Base is Pure Luxury Slate.  I'll be sharing this card in a future video!  (I made this card a few weeks ago, but I need to make another one with the female silhouette and this sentiment, because THIS mama is going to need some encouragement over the next few weeks while he recovers!

Here is stamped the silhouette in GKD Sandy Beach to match my cardstock. I love having the ability to stamp the individual words around it to create custom frames! Stamping the comma is optional, it's a piece of art, so punctuation doesn't have to be exact, just sayin, go with what you think looks good! Play with the spacing and place the image sheet over your stamped silhouette to get a feel of how much space each word will take up, and if you have more space in between than you want or your words or shorter than what you want to fill up he space, get creative by filling it in bling, Nuvo drops, the cross, know what I mean? After embossing the necklace in gold, I matted on Black Onyx and base is Pure Luxury White.
All of the "You are" and "He is" statements you can create are not just referring to the man you might be giving the card too, but can also refer to God or Jesus and his promises! So please enjoy using all of these with the Women of Faith silhouette (or other stamp images) as encouraging reminders of his goodness and love! He keeps his promises! (I made the storm card a few weeks ago, but I need to make another one with the female silhouette and this sentiment for MYSELF, because THIS mama is going to need some encouragement over the next few weeks through doctor's visits and recovery!) This cheerful yellow and orange card I made for Will this morning, orange is his favorite color.  (The other designs look a bit somber in comparison with the dark grays, blues and browns, but that's what most of the guys in our family like!) I used the GKD Square Mandala Stencil with Wild Dandelion and Coral Reef ink and embossed the words in white on Black Onyx cardstock to make the little tape like labels. I hope this card reminds him of happy times and better days ahead...


Finally, I HAD to make one with my set and the new incentive set, Perfect Pair, haha!  Lest you think this set is only serious, I promise there are other possibilities! Nothing like white-knuckling a coffee cup on Monday mornings to make you start feeling alive again, you know?! Stamp silhouette first, then mask the hands to stamp top of coffee cup above and then again below, extended to make it a wee bit longer than the original image to be more to scale. That's it! I love this greeting! Base is Warm Cocoa, stamped with beans in Dark Chocolate. This darling coffee set is free for a limited time with your order of $75 or more, will automatically add to your art!




Next, we have Rina's first set, Mandala Maker! I love elemental stamping and these have infinite possibilities. Because I wanted to use so many of the different elements, I didn't use the template to stamp this,  just stamped each image in 4 opposite pairs, starting with the largest element on the inside in Jet Black Amalgam, and working outward. Then I added in the small elements stamped in GKD  Dusty Rose.  I added just a little color with 2 alcohol markers to emphasize the small details. I used a GKD stitched circle die cut to pop up this fun greeting. Base is Pure Luxury White.

I also shared this one at the party using her greeting paired with Lisa Hetrick's new set Something Good! (We'll be sharing more samples with that set tomorrow!)
I also shared this one at the party using her greeting paired with Lisa Hetrick's new set Something Good! We'll be sharing more samples with that set tomorrow!  Be sure to come back for more fun ideas!



Thanks for visiting today! I am so thankful and humbled for all the wonderful feedback and support I've gotten for this new set. Thank you, thank you, thank you. :) Please let me know below in the comments which card you liked best... Full link list here:


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