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Crazy Crafters - Team Project Highlights

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Hey, hey, hey It's Friday.

Welcome to my blog and to the Crazy Crafters Friday Team Project Highlights, where we have our blog post for today linked to Mama Kylie Bertucci's Blog. 7:00pm  the Blog opens for voting.

I have been super busy this week, making many cards with the beautiful Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper (144147) Page 89 in the Annual Stampin' Up! Using the motto, #LoveitChopIt I have certainly made sure this is what I am doing with the DSP, no more hoarding it. Time to use it.
I love Fridays as I can enter my cards and have it sitting next to my very talented team members that inspire me so. 
The card I am entering tonight is a card I have CASEd from the most Inspiring Lisa Curcio. At Lisa's Stamp Studio https://lisasstampstudio.com/

 This is the wonderful Lisa Curcio


 I am not quite sure if she placed her card on the Demonstrators Facebook Page or Forum Facebook page as I am quite sure Lisa did not do a Tutorial, anyway, Lisa inspired me, not to j…

Crazy Crafters - Team Project Highlights

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Hi All

Like you all, I have been busy getting things in place for the new Holiday Catalogue for 2017.

I have been making many Cards from the Annual Catalogue, and Client order of 50 Party Invitations to celebrate a 60th Birthday.  All this and I have managed to blog not about a card this week made from a product from the Holiday Catalogue, It is more of a project.


A Super Sexy Mouse Pad
It was super quick and easy to make, BUT the finished product gives a huge WOW factor look.

All you require are 4 products to maker this project.

1. An new or old  Computer Mouse Pad

2. A 12" x 12" DSP of your choice  I used the gorgeous -

(YEAR OR CHEER SPECIALTY DESIGNER SERIES PAPER) 144640  Page 37 New Holiday Catalogue - Available 1st September 2017 - 2 January 2018
3. Multipurpose Liquid (Tombow) Glue  - 110755 Page 202 Annual Catalogue

4. Scissors -  Paper Snips  103579 Page 204 Annual Catalogue


I simply placed the Mouse Pad into a corner and married up two sides of the DSP drew a penc…