Silly & Fun Robot Cards for Kids!

Hi friends! Today we are going to make a batch of cute cards that can be used for any occasion you want a light-hearted & fun card!

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I’ll also show you how to fix those less than perfect stamped images and smudged backgrounds so you won’t be tempted to toss them in the trash!

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Tips to fix ink smudges and mis-stamped patches

  1. Cover ink smudges by adding a background.
  2. Or place an embellishment over the smudge.
  3. To fill in a spot in a stamped image where the ink skipped simply press a inkpad (if a dye pad) on a clear block and pick up the ink with a blender pen and color it in. If you are using an archival pad scribble a matching memento marker on the clear block and do the same.

I really had a fun time making these cards! I hope you try some of these ideas out on your next card! Happy crafting!

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A Baseball Birthday Card!

Howdy folks! My husband took our son to his first Red Sox game this weekend, he was over the moon about it! They both had a great time:) My son also had a baseball themed birthday party to attend this weekend so I made this card for the birthday-boy, also a Sox fan:

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It is a double pocket card (tutorial here) and I used the Crafty Secrets stamps that I bought last year at the Heirloom stamp show, can you believe that it has taken me this long to get them inky?!?

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I am keeping it short and sweet today but be sure to check back tomorrow for a giveaway! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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