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Flying slider card! DT Anirudh

  Hello crafty people! Hope your week is up to a good start... I've got a video tutorial for easy peasy interactive cards using the latest tubby release which includes the adorable Plane Flying stamp... It looks absolutely delightful and is super easy to make, click on the link below to watch the video tutorial, Flying Slider cards! Take a closer look at the projects... These are some closeup shots of the cards... I hope you will try creating these and I'm sure they will bring smiles to your face as well as your loved ones! Don't forget to use the code ANIRUDH5 to get a 5% off! Be safe, Be healthy and  Keep crafting... The Tubby Craft products used in making these cards are listed down under- PLANE FLYING STAMP SCALLOPED CLOUD STENCIL  INK PADS ACRYLIC BLOCK BLENDING BRUSH Visit  and check the exciting range of crafty stuff... Tubby Craft products are also sold by these e-retailers:- HNDMD Crafters Corner Nagashri Arts
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