Crazy About You & Petite Pairs

Crazy About You & Petite Pairs

I have a simple but fun card to share with you today.  This is a card I made to showcase a technique I taught in Tech Club the other day.  I used Black, White and Bermuda Bay.Technique CardWe learned some fun techniques this month, ones that can easily be used in the future.  Such as . . .  how to cut out this circle and yet have leaves hanging off the circle – no, the leaves are not adhered onto the circle, they are part of it!

I always have so much fun teaching Tech Club, we learn such fun things!

Thank you for stopping by today.  Wishing you a stupendous Saturday!!


  1. I am trying to figure out you did this are you telling us?

  2. I have just one question, how did you put all the diamonds on the bottom half of the “Crazy About You & Petite Pairs” card? It probably sounds silly, but I had to ask anyways. I also love the color of the ribbon and leaves. Thank you for sharing this card with us today. Have a great weekend Becky.

  3. Thank you for answering both of our questions Becky. That’s what makes you such a wonderful person. 🙂

  4. so you are sharing a card with a technique that is intriguing, but not going to tell us how it’s done? That seems very unfair…and a bit rude…IMO.

    • Agreed. I was going to share this on Pinterest until I realized how frustrated people would be that there’s no technique info here. Sad…

  5. Thank you, Becky for posting such lovely creations on your blog. I recognize that it takes a lot of time and effort to showcase your business in such a beautiful way, particularly since it is a part of your business that does not generate revenue directly. I have come to respect those who create to inspire others. Making a profitable business from such means unfortunately tends to incite negativity from those who wish to get something for nothing. StampThat will continue to be an outlet of creativity by which those who invest in it will reap substantial rewards. May the Lord continue to richly bless StampThat as it seeks to conduct business based upon sound business principles.

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