Well, it’s Thanksgiving Day in the States. That means for a bunch of us that the turkey is in the oven or getting ready to be dunked in the huge vat of oil (in my house). Whatever you do be safe, have fun, and if all else fails go sit at the kids’ table. I hear they don’t discuss politics there. 🙂
It also means that I am reminded just how lucky I feel to have this job of taking care of all of you. I am grateful for every single one of you. Thank you for being a part of this Red Door Crafters’ Group. What started out with eight of us has grown into something more than I ever could have imagined. We are at over 300 now locally. Yes, 300. (Now you know why I talk fast and go to the gym all the time. I’m trying to keep up with everyone.) Thank you. I love it and wouldn’t change it.
So for today I thought it would be appropriate to do a photo tutorial of the project. Enjoy!
Stamp the background (yellow photo).
Then cut the dies out to create the negative image.
The larger photo is of the finished card.
(If you don’t like the indents that the die leaves on the cardstock then the precision base plate is needed.)
Thank you again for being a part of this group!
With inky fingers,