5 Ideas for Simon & Sandy Seahorse, plus Free Card Sketches
Here's a Chance to Win Your Favorite Scrapbook Stamp Set!

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Hi, friends!

From cool projects to a fun giveaway, Technique Tuesday has been hitting the blog-o-sphere this week. We're here today to give you a quick round-up of posts you don't want to miss! 

Stamps and Crafting Dies from Technique Tuesday | TechniqueTuesday.comWant a shot at winning a Technique Tuesday gift certificate? Stop by the Stamp and Scrapbook Expo blog and check out this week's Freebie Friday post! You'll learn all about our scrapbook stamps, our sentiment stamp sets, video tutorials and more. Plus you'll be able to take advantage of a special deal on our Christmas products for Stamp and Scrapbook Expo blog readers! What are you waiting for? Go check out their post and comment on it! 


There are cards, and there are CARDS! This card Amy Kolling created with the Berry Basket crafting dies is the latter. It's just so sweet!

Berry Basket card by Amy Kolling for Technique Tuesday | TechniqueTuesday.comGet the scoop on making a thank you card like Amy's by checking our her blog post. And, if you think you'd like some Berry Basket dies to call your own, be sure to check them out on our website. Digital die-cutter? There are Berry Basket cut files available too! 


Like to try new and different techniques? Blogger Lydia Fiedler recently demonstrated how to create some beautiful background papers with shaving cream and Distress Ink reinkers. And she shared an incredible card with Simon and Sandy Seahorse that happens to use one of those papers. Stop by her blog to see the card and check out a video about this fun technique.


Speaking of the Simon and Sandy Seahorse stamp set, we've put 12 sketches you can download for free on our website. These sketches all feature cards and tags you can easily make with the stamps. Here's one of the sketches, and you'll find the rest right here on our website



Have you created a project with Technique Tuesday's stamps and crafting dies? We'd love to see it. Leave a link to it on this post! 



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