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April 16, 2008


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I made a card using this technique not too long ago! Except I made it with the square punch to make a triangular shaped flap for the "clasp" (KWIM?) I will have to try using the oval next time! I love your header by the way!


Great tutorial...I will make some of these for sure!!


Lindsay, love it!!!


So CUTE!! Will definitely need to try this! Thanks for sharing.

Judy (StampingQueenJAR)

Isn't that adorable!!!?


That is really clever! I never think outside the box when using my punches. Thanks for the inspiration.

Cheryl Penner

What a cute purse!


So cute! Great tutorial! Thanks :)

denise bryant (imchatty)

Very clever and cute. Love this idea.

Del Logan

This is so cute and I don't use my punches enough I know, so this will inspire me to make some purses!!!

Sara in WI

Very cute and the tutorial is great! Thanks!

Sara in WI

Very cute and the tutorial is great! Thanks!

Nelda Deakins

Anything to do with purses is right down my alley, as I have collected real and any kind of purses for years. This is the cutest, neatest little purse to add to a card. Thanks so much for sharing it.
Nelda in TN

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