Archive for the 'Doodlebug Design' Category

May 06 2017

Graduation – by Sharon Johnson

Graduation time here is fast approaching and I got a good start on my cards. We always give money, so I made money (or gift card) holders. I used a tried and true fold with some fun grad paper and NEW die set that is JUST PERFECT! Take a look: I have 5 made so […]

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Dec 07 2016

Sweet Christmas Tag – by Deb Saaranen

What a very sweet tag Deb created for us today. She combined her favorite new die (ice skates) along with candy cane striped paper and some jingle bells, all on a craft base. Now if that doesn’t say Merry Christmas, I don’t know what does! Take a look: Have you ever seen a sweeter little […]

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Nov 28 2016

Merry Christmas Snowflakes – by Holly McMillen

Cyber Monday – $2.95 US shipping today (more details further down) Holly has a lovely flat for mailing card for us today featuring fresh snowflakes on a pretty teal background. Clean, simple and flat does NOT meaning plain or boring, by any means. Check out Holly’s gorgeous card today: Lovely, fresh and crisp! And that […]

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Nov 16 2016

God’s Greatest Gift – by Deb Saaranen

Deb’s card today is all wrapped up in a pretty bow, opening to expose God’s greatest gift to us all. This would be a super fun card to mass produce for the holidays if mailing is not a concern.  You could tuck it into a gift bag or basket or attach to a box for […]

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Nov 07 2016

Pink Skates – by Holly McMillen

Holly’s pink skates stole my heart! They are so, so sweet and she used the perfect pastel colored Christmas papers with them.  You just have to take a look: I think this paper and these dies were just meant to go together! And our silver mirror cardstock is just perfect for the skate blades. You […]

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May 01 2013

Graduation Cards in Black and White

Today I have quite a few graduation cards to share.  All VERY clean and simple, all black and white, all using the same paper pad.  Makes for some very quick creations! I am drawn to black and white for graduation cards.  To me they just seem classy.  And working with limited supplies means less decisions […]

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