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How to Make Shaped Cards with Robin Feicht
Hello Friends,

Today, I'm saying good-bye to the Envelope Punch Board with 5 Videos on things you can do with you Envelope Punch Board including a new video on How to make a Spool Shaped Card.  The Envelope Punch Board is Retiring and is only available WHILE SUPPLIES LAST or through June 3, 2019, whichever comes first.

 

 
Learn How to Make a Spool Shaped Card in this quick one-minute video tutorial.  I also used the retiring Amazing Life stamp set and the gorgeous Coastal Cabana & Granny Apple Green Reversible Ribbon.  Hint:  For a more dimensional look try sponging a bit of Crumb Ink on the top and the bottom of your spool.
 
 
 
You can make envelopes of all sizes with the Envelope Punch Board.  In this video, I walk you through the simple steps to make a quick custom envelope.
See more about making these sweet little cards and envelopes here.
 

You'll be amazing at just how easy it is to make an envelope liner with a small square of designer paper and your Envelope Punch Board.

 

This video shows a Pretty and Practical Paper Scrap Storage Solution for your Craft Room. Plus, learn how to make pretty, inexpensive File Folders.

 

Learn how to pretty and functional File Folders to store your Embossing Folders. It's a Craft Room Storage Solution that you can make yourself with your Envelope Punch Board.

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For just $20 the Envelope Punch Board is a steal of a buy.  It's a Craft Room Tool that you'll use over and over again.  If you don't already own this fabulous tool, you'll want to snatch it up before it's gone for good.

  

Have a fabulous day,

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