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As promised, here is your first bonus video tutorial:

As a special thank you for joining my mailing list, I wanted to share this bonus tutorial video tip with you.  The scallop edge punch is an extremely versatile tool, but here is a new way to use it that I hope you find useful in your card making!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a quick video to see how it’s done!

57 thoughts on “Thank you for subscribing to my Stamping Imperfection mailing list!!!

    1. kim Post author

      Thank you so much!! I really appreciate you stopping by and visiting my new “baby”!

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  1. Vickie Kamp

    What a great idea. Thank you for sharing. I am new to Stampin Up and look forward to new ideas.

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      1. Lee Coetzee

        What a wonderful idea. I have a punch like that, but would never have thought of using it like that. I am sure I am going to enjoy your newslatters

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  2. Shaughn

    Thanks so much for the great ideas! I’m excited to see Stamping Up products! Thanks again!

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  3. Heidi

    Thanks for sharing your great ideas!! Can’t wait to start receiving your daily blog too!!

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  4. frenchie

    wow …. BEAUITIFUL !! tfs
    I’ll be casing that tree this year …
    thanks again
    frenchie.

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  5. frenchie

    ooh thank you , love your idea , thank for sharing ,
    frenchie ,

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  6. sandi

    Love this video. Never would hive thought about doing it that way. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Carol Brooks

    What a clever idea! I’m going to try that right now. Thank you for sharing, and I’m looking forward to receiving your daily blogs.
    Carol

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    1. kim Post author

      I’m glad you liked it!!! Make sure you follow my blog on bloglovin’ to get the daily updates!!

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    1. Barb Yochem

      Thanks for the extra goodie and looking forward to your help!

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  8. Susan Hammond

    Great idea. Thought it might make a nice journalling box on my next scrapbook layout, if I make the largest size.

    Thanks!

     

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  9. Sharon H

    Wow, that was pretty neat!  I’ve never seen that done before. I will try it, thanks!

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  10. AnnaMaria PREGARDIEN

    I am so happy to thank you for sharing your experience and good imagiation with us .

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  11. Tricia

    Hi
    I emigrated to Australia from the UK 4 years ago and i have been struggling to find craft classes
    Your site is fantastic its like having my very own craft class when ever i need inspiration
    I love it x

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  12. Donna Foster

    I love your ideas.  Thanks for being such an inspiration.  Happy Stamping!

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  13. Karen Perkins

    Thank you so much Kim, that is a brilliant idea and looks so pretty!

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  14. Diane Seidler

    Thanks so much.  I love punches and now I have a new idea thanks to you.  Looking forward to seeing more ideas from you.

     

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  15. Isabel King

    Kim I wasn’t able to view this tutorial. I tried many times clicking on it and nothing happened. Thanks anyway!
    Isabel

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  16. Lilo Driscol

    Kim, I really enjoyed this demo, I have a lot of border punches I am going to try this with.  Thanks again.

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  17. Carol Wilshire

    What a great idea.  Thank you for sharing it.  I would have never thought of doing this.

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  18. Chris

    Thanks so much – I would never have thought of using the border punch like that.  It looks great, opens up a lot of ideas

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  19. Maud

    Thank you so much for your video. I ordered a puncher with several possibilities and as soon as it arrives I will start trying to make cards.  I also like your video with the trees on the snow hills. I will try to make it with aquarel paint or gouache.

     

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  20. Donna

    Wow–tfs this neat way to use the edger. Cannot wait to see what comes next.

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