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Send It Clear with Authentique by Jessica Griffin

Hi friends! I've got something quick and simple for you today for Clear Scraps and Authentique Week!

I have been hoarding the Send It Clear cards for several months now. I've started to use them, cut papers... picked embellishments, and put it all away again because I'm a little scared of these cards! However, in my mind, I'm doing incredibly amazing things with them. Which kind of makes me think of this... 


Enough of that, here's my very first attempt at the Half Scallop Send It Clear card:

I really like the send it clear cards. I did use two of the three card parts as I wanted the scallops to be the only think necessary to open. I tried StazOn in Cotton White for the first time, and I have to say, I love it! I glittered up the scallop edge with two different kinds of glitter- one red, one green. And, on the inside, I stamped a sentiment, where I inked up the holly and give it a little red glitter. (The stamp set is from Unity Stamp Co, and is forever old, and unfortunately not available anymore.)

Hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas, and a safe and Happy New Year! 


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Sue D

Very pretty--I like the glittery scallops.

beatrice lawson

I love that glittered scallop! How did you do that?? And I agree the cotton white looks lovely, gotta try it.


Adorable! Love that you only used 2 of the card sides. Super creative!!!

Laura G

Very nice!!!


That is really cute!

Dorina D

This is adorable. I love the stamped front of the card with the glittered scalloped edge. It's so cute.

Julie A. Shearer

So adorable ! TFS .


love the glittered scalloped. very pretty!!

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