Postage Stamp Inchie – Live Stream Replay

Postage Stamp Inchie – Live Stream Replay

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Happy Fri-yay! It’s a new month, and that means a new focus for Running with Scissors. If you didn’t join in live this week, catch me next week – I’m live every Thursday at 4pm US Central time. Of course, there’s always the replay at the end of this post!

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snail mail simplicity

I love this month’s Stamp Focus stamp set because there’s more to it than you might think! There’s a snail, and hearts, and some great sentiments – small and ginormous! And, when you add the coordinating dies, you can make all sorts of great projects!

I had so many great ideas that I didn’t use any other stamp sets, all month! Truly – this one is a workhorse! Say hello to Concord & 9ths Snail Mail stamp & die set!

greeting card featuring concorrd & 9th snail mail

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greeting card featuring concorrd & 9th snail mail

This month’s first project is a take on the classic inchie style. It includes a little trick to make the perfect postage stamp square to fit all the smaller squares… check out the video to get the tips! And click on the link to get your very own PDF project sheet!

greeting card featuring concorrd & 9th snail mail

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If you missed the live stream on Thursday, here’s the replay! I hope you can join me live next Thursday at 4PM US Central Time for more crafty fun!

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