Christmas Card using the Packing Tape Technique Nov. 18, 2013

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http://www.kathleenstamps.com — Today Stampin Up! Demonstrator Kathleen Wingerson will be showing you how to make a great Christmas card using the Packing Tape Technique.

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Mags Nash says:

Lovely 😊. Thank you so much 😊

Amanda Dodson Red Sky Design Studio says:

Beautiful card and extremely well done tutorial! I really enjoyed it! TFS😀

wendy yorke says:

Hi just saw the demo today loved it.Tried it tonight ,thanks for sharing.

andrea H says:

I know this is a old video but it's just what I wanted and needed. Thankyou xx

carrie mullane says:

This card is beautiful. Thank you for sharing I am just itching to try it out 🎄

Elaine Beard says:

Can I purchase the products still..I live in Australia.Love this card

Santa Holiday says:

Great video! Anyone making holiday cards this year may want to join a worldwide christmas card exchange and share your beautiful holiday card creations: https://christmascard.exchange

Janet Muir says:

Wonderful cars thank you

Regina Hay says:

This is a perfectly elegant card! You know, with a minor change or two, it would also be a lovely sympathy card. And they are always so difficult to make.

charlipug says:

I just love this card, thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas x

mastersadvocate says:

Lovely card! I learned a few tricks from your video, that I had never thought of before! Thanks for your tutorial! I'm going to try this! ~Janet in Canada xx

Alessandra Lombardini-Parks says:

Lovely! I like anything with music notes in it!

sujatha bandaru says:

kathaline you are the best nobody can beat you

Lori Frassinelli says:

Love this! Very creative use of packing tape!

Snowleopardsgaze says:

I made one using your idea!!! OMG it is so pretty.  So glad your tutorial caught my eye!  Thanks loads!

Snowleopardsgaze says:

This is truly a 'handsome'  card.  Nice clean lines, simple and elegant. 
Thank you for sharing this with us.

Kim Faulk says:

Love this card

Kathy Oakes says:

Hi Kathleen. I just located your You Tube videos using the Packing Tape Technique and I am hooked. These are so elegant and I can't wait to try making them. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful technique.

Enigma 01 says:

Very clear explanations ! I like the fact that you do not ''overload'' your card. Many times, less is more ! Thank you for sharing your know-how !

Shelby B says:

Beautiful!!! Thanks for teaching us (at least me) this method!!

Diane Ruggiero says:

Beautiful card Kathleen!

Nanie Scrap says:

magnifique!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

carolek09 says:

Lovely card. What is the diameter of the circle? I have a different set of dies so counting the 4th one from the center doesn't help me.

Candace Kieper says:

if you sandwiched the glitter between two pieces of tape none would fall off.

Clancey Mitchell says:

Just found you and this tutorial today. I am a newbie to card making and I am planning to make this lovely card for this year's Christmas cards. Realized I was still too inexperienced to deal with intricate dies/adhesive…ok to start but not pleased with final result. So-found your video and fell in love with the simplicity and the lovely design.

???–I assume you used a 1/8" ribbon? May have missed instruction.
???-So-how to make sure tape adhesive does not get through to the envelope or other???? That is my question. Believe I understand most of the rest but hubby said…..oooh you may have tape sticky that will catch on envelope, etc.
Thanks much in advance,
Clancey Mitchell

Elaine White says:

Hi Kathleen from a new subscriber in England,I really enjoyed your tutorial,you explain everything so well,and this is such a pretty card,clean and simple,just perfect.Thanks for sharing.

Cee Jay says:

OMG, this is such an awesome card!!!  And so easy, GREAT tutorial!!!

Margaret Hammond says:

Loved this card with the clean and simple technique you used

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