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Summer, the Outdoors & Nature

“Bold Block – Fisherperson”, “Bold Block – Sail Boat”, “Bold Block – Heron”, “Bold Block – Fishing Fly” and “Bold Block – Hummingbird” are stamped on five different colors of Bazzill card stock, cut out and adhered to white card stock. The black and white strip on the left is May Arts ribbon glued to the card. The word, “Summer” is made with alphabet stickers by Creative Imaginations. Three coordinating colored punched circles are adhered below the word, “Summer”. Card by Danielle Côté.

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Fishing Memories

Stamps embossed in gold on dark green confetti card are  “Spinner”, and “Creel, Sm.” which is edged with a gold Krylon Leafing pen. “Bold Block – Cabin”, “Bold Block – Fisherperson” and “Bold  Block – Fishing Fly” are stamped in light brown on ivory card stock, cut out and mounted on the dark green confetti card stock. The card is then layered on ivory parchment card stock. Card by Mary Hansen.

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Father’s Day Card Using Bold Block Fisherperson

“Leaf Background” is gold embossed on white card stock and edged with a gold Krylon Leafing pen. “Happy Father’s Day” is embossed in black on white glossy card stock. On one piece of white card stock, “Bold Block Fisherperson” is stamped in black, and on another piece of white card stock, it is embossed in gold. The leaf background piece is layered on black card stock and attached to blue metallic card stock. The three pieces are layered on black and attached to the card as shown. Card measures 4″ x 8 1/2″. Card by Margaret Wiggin.

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Graduation Card Using Bold Blocks

“Bold Block Fisherperson”“Bold Block Love Hand”, “Bold Block Celestial Bunny”, “Bold Block Cabin” and “Bold Block Sailboat” are stamped in brown ink on white glossy card stock, cut out and mounted with foam tape on corrugated beige card stock which is layered on dark brown card stock and tan confetti card stock. “Follow Your Dreams!” is embossed in white on dark brown card card stock. Corners on this piece are rounded, and this is layered at the bottom of the card. Card by Margaret Wiggin.