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Using Flocking on a Card

Hi Everyone! Ellen here with a video on how to use flocking with your Lawn Fawn Stamps and Core’dinations cardstock. And, of course, some May Arts ribbon!  I have to admit that I have flock in my stash that I rarely use hopefully this video will get you motivated to bust out that flock and get to work!

Blog post by: Ellen Sosnoski

  1. ellen s

    Maureen that is such a neat memory!  You should get that stamp! 

  2. Maureen Hayes

    This brought back sweet memories for me.  I was dating a wonderful guy in my 20's who left me a handwritten note that said "I love ewe" with a picture of a sheep hand drawn on it.  I thought it was so cute and so original.  This card is adorable.  I don't know what flocking is, but it certainly looks cute on the sheep and the video made it seem super easy to do!

  3. Brenda S.

    Cute card!

  4. Kristie Maynard

    Cute card!  I haven't used flocking for quite a while and I love it.  Thanks for the inspiration, maybe I'll use some this weekend when I go to crop.

  5. Sue D

    Very cute!

  6. Charlene

    Thanks for the "push" Ellen.  You're right, I rarely get mine out.  Super video.

  7. Dorina D

    cute project and thanks for the tutorial on the flocking.


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