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WOW!!! Beautiful!

Shelly H

Incredible! I never really understood how the stars all went together - it's so easy! Why have I not been making this card? Love the tip on embossing the Framelits too.

Loly Borda

I love your card! I love pop ups cards, I wish I had that die. I enjoyed your video. TFS. I'm a new subscriber.

Karen Aicken

I loved seeing another way to use the star insert - what a great technique and card!!
cheers, Karen


Love this technique Karen! You are so clever! The embossed framelits look great too. I just used the star die the other day, wish I had done a triple star instead!

Debbie Kaste

You TRULY are a genius, Karen! Love, love, love this star card. I was thinking this would make a terrific graduation card too.

Now I need to get MORE dies! My 'wish list' gets longer and longer every week;) Thanks for the tutorial!

Judy McEwan

Saw this tutorial after the Fourth, but so glad I watched. Finally figured out about keeping stars together. Thanks.
Judy McEwan

MaryLou Boggess

Hi Karen, I saw this post and loved it so had to go out and purchase these dies. I also purchased the poinsetta/flower and house die but when I cut mine out it cuts them completely out and does not leave it tabbed. Can you tell me if I am doing something wrong. The only difference was I was using the fiskars fuse instead of a size is machine because I just opened my brand new vagabond and it does not work. Thanks a bunch. MaryLou

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