Amore Laurafadora: Slimline Scene Builder

Hi friends!! TGIF! Welcome to the latest edition of Amore Laurafadora, our bi-monthly blog series with Laura Bassen! Today she’s spotlighting our new Slimline Scene Builder stencil coupled with our Greetings Mix 2 stamp set for a great sentiment to send a card now! Be sure to watch the video for more info! Enjoy!

WATCH THE VIDEO:

SUPPLIES:

Simon Says Stamp Stencil SLIMLINE…
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Simon Says Clear Stamps GREETINGS MIX…
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Tim Holtz Distress Mini Ink Pad…
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Tim Holtz Distress Mini Ink Pad SALTY…
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Tim Holtz Distress Mini Ink Pad…
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Tim Holtz Distress Mini Ink Pad…
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Tim Holtz Distress Mini Ink Pad…
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Altenew SEA SHORE Mini Cube Crisp Dye…
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Tsukineko VersaFine SMALL ONYX BLACK…
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MISTI MEMORY MISTI PRECISION STAMPER…
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Set of 5 Rainbow Pack MULTI SIZE…
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3M Scotch SAFE RELEASE MASKING…
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Studio Katia SSS EXCLUSIVE CLEAR…
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Ranger GLOSSY ACCENTS Glue…
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3M Scotch DOUBLE-SIDED FOAM TAPE…
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Crystal Ninja CRYSTAL KATANA Black…
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Thanks so much for stopping by, and thanks to Laura for being our guest!

  1. Thanks for sharing your card and video…like the clean look of the card and the delightful narrative of your video. Stay well.

  2. Love the clean and graphic vibe. Mountains in my mind. Love the bold sun. Interesting that you suggest a sympathy card; I really think it would work. Seems like 99% of the ones in the stores have flowers, but I think people would probably appreciate a little something different. Anyway, you don’t see sympathy cards featured much on card blogs, but I truly think they’re the second most important card you could ever give someone. The first is the last card you send someone before they die. Really, really hard to do, but, seriously, so important. And doesn’t it mean so much more if you take the time to make either card rather than give a store bought card. Thanks for your inspiration.

    1. I too am interested in the tool she used by Breann Loveland (may be wrong name). If you locate it on Etsy I would be interested in knowing the name of the shop.

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