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Donut Cards with Gina K. Designs for Therm O Web + Free Printable

This month has flown by and it's time for a new tutorial with Therm O Web. Today I have a must-try technique and even a free printable to make it even easier to create this Donut Birthday Cards featuring the new Gina K. Designs product line by Therm O Web!


Tutorial
Find the complete step by step tutorial here. You will find the free printable download link there too! If you ever wanted to make cute, colorful cards with a touch of foil, this new product line makes it super easy for you! Of course as a designer I always try to stretch the products and come up with innovative ways to use them. This double stitch circle dies are not only meant for layering anymore!

Leave me a comment on Therm O Web's blog letting me know what you think about this fun technique!



In case you're wondering, yes, these customized foiled sentiments come from one of my digital paper packs called You are the Sweetest available now on my Etsy shop.


Thanks so much for reading! Will be back tomorrow with a new tutorial for you! Make sure you subscribe to my newsletter to be on the know. See you then.


Comments

  1. Gracie, this is such a sweet card(s) you are so multi-talented! Tahnk you for teh freebie!
    Ginny M

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  2. Hola cariño,

    Veo tu blog todos los días. Tu blog es muy útil para mí y me gusta tanto ...

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  3. Wow stunning colours. A fabulous card x

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