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Raquel Mason

Wow, that blew my mind using the frame to create the usable negative space....WOW again. Now I've got to try that with the other dies, thanks for the awesome idea.

Frances Byrne

Amazing ... love the negative frame you created on this.

Linda K

Great tutorial. You are always thinking out of the box and I love it.

Vivian C.

Very clever! What a great idea.


Thank you for another great tutorial. I can't wait for these dies to come to the Netherlands :). I just posted a pop n cuts card with the multi tier inlay on my blog.

Hugs Monique

Donna Gibson

I love all of the cards you've posted, both the ones you designed and those from your awesome design team. This card really shows how versatile both the pop-it-up dies and the peel-offs are since you used negative space for both products. I bought some peel-offs at a recent stamp convention and just watched the ECD video using the link on Kelly's blog. Now I'm good to go! I'll be saving the negatives from my peel-offs for later use!!

kelly Booth

LOVE that your Always thinking outside the Clever!!! Great Design......xoxoxo


Your inside out frame made me giddy. I was just bemoaning the fact that I didn't have as many choices with the oval that I bought, instead of the circle or square. and look what a cute look I can get, 2 or 3 cute looks. Thanks for the great tip.

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