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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

One Buck Wednesday! November 19, 2014

Today is also One Buck Wednesday 
and Wonderful Wednesday at

Today only, you can get the following kits 50% off:
Digital Cuts Turkey Set


you can get the following kits for $1.00!
Digital Cuts Turkey Set:

Today only, you are able to grab this kit 50% off!

Digital Cuts or Masks Months Set:
This kit contains digital die cut lines for the fourteen images shown below. It will come in three formats: AIv8, PNG, and SVG which will work with most die cut machines. Some machines require third party software such as SCAL to cut SVG files. These files are detailed and are not recommended for hand cutting. (If you own a Silhouette or Silhouette Cameo, please go to the Silhouette store where you will find these files in the proper Studio format.)

Today only, you are able to grab this kit for just $1.00!
As always, these deals vanish Wednesday 
at midnight Eastern time so hurry to get yours!

Be sure to stop by to get in on the Fall and Thanksgiving Sale!  
Fall is the time of year for hostess gifts, and we've got the most elegant boxes for your needs. Just fill them with a treat for the perfect little gift. Best part...these are all on SALE! Through the end of the month you will find all Fall/Thanksgiving themed items at 25% off.

While you are there, be sure to check out this week's freebies!

There is also a Premium Kit that you can get FREE just for spending $25! 

 Just click HERE to start shopping!

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Turkey Place Card with Diana

Hi, Diana Fisher here with you today, and it's about that time for a well-set table. If you are like me, you want a little extra flair for Thanksgiving. Nothing says flair quite like turkey feathers!

Here is a quick tutorial on how I put together the Samantha Walker Turkey Place Cards

First, I set up my mats so that I can print quickly using multiple colors of card stock.

After cutting all of the pieces on my Cameo, I began to assemble the fan of turkey feathers. I make sure not to glue the tips of the feathers down so that they can fan out.

Then I assemble the turkey's face. Too cute, right? Love those eyes!

I think I assembled my place card portion a little bit differently than Samantha intended for the file, but I like the fan behind and the turkey head a bit further forward on the card. 

As you know, there are usually more than one way to assemble fun cuts like this one.

Happy Thanksgiving to those of you celebrating this month … and gobble, gobble!

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