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  1. Love love love these great slider cards….now I must get busy…got the Christmas tree one that you did earlier with the boy and girl…and without the slider die…will check out that tutorial again…I cannot keep up with you….so many cards to make…so little time….Blessings to you Jennifer

  2. I have missed your inspiration and I am so happy you are back! I absolutely love your more complex cards! That little deer is so stinkin cute!

  3. ON the second card where you used double sided adhesive instead of staples, it might help to take marker and color the tape so it's easier to see.

  4. These are so cute! Your explanations are so easy understand. I just love your videos. Glad to see that there are some affordable interactive dies out there. That double slider die is genius!

  5. I love your cards. Tried doing it with some images that I cut with my cricut but I think it was too heavy for these kind of cards
    I have trouble stamping images ,bought the craft paper you use and the ink but still it seems to be hard. I will keep on practicing.

    Congrats on your beautiful work

  6. Very nice, I also seldom make A2 cards, I usually make A7 and A6. Sometimes even larger ones. If I purchase a greeting card, it would never be a n A2 card. Hallmark cards are always large.

  7. Thank you so much Jennifer for the really great instructions…and the way you talk about it with little memory things like saying the feet and legs…those expressions really help us seniors remember better. LOL. getting old isn't so easy. Thank you for two adorable cards or was it three….LOL…… Your a great story teller and make it easier to understand. thank you…..pat

  8. Wauw great interactive cards, super cute!!! I needed an idea for a gift card, so I'm in my craftroom this afternoon……thank you so much!!!

  9. I began watching this video and then got busy so I was just LISTENING to it. I wish I had a video of my facial expressions as I was trying to mentally follow along as you talked about "legs," "feet" and intertwining them!!?? It really sounded more like a yoga class than a card making tutorial! lol Great video though…

  10. Wow! That was a lot of work to share that with us! I’m curious now about Christmas cookies. Tim has those new dies. I hadn’t thought about pearl embossing powder to make it look like frosting.

  11. Every time you do a video… I want to buy everything and do what you showed. My budget doesn't allow me to do so BUT I can get a little at a time. Thank you yet again for a GREAT video!!!

  12. Oh my GOODNESS!!! You really outdid yourself this time! These are amazing! I especially like the cocoa card the best. I really appreciate your descriptions on the "Kissing Card" – you made it easy to follow – just what I needed. Can't wait to try these – know they will be a big hit! Thanks soooooo much!

  13. What awesome cards, Jennifer! And I will say again–you are a wonderful teacher. I like your comparison of the trifold slider mechanism dies to legs & feet. Really helps with visualization. Thank you so much! 🙂

  14. Another great video. I do have a question regarding the cat card at the end. When the card is opened you can see the slide bars, is it possible to hide those without interfering with the card opening up?

  15. Jennifer, I have been watching your videos for a while now and really enjoy them. I am able to follow your descriptions easily and I look forward to making these cards… so creative!

  16. A few years ago Basic Grey put out a punch set, and there is a slot punch in that set. It does work, but I have to say that I don't think that it's as easy to get straight like the dies, because you can use a T square to make sure the slots are straight. But, if you have this punch set, and want to see if this is a type of card that you may want to make more than once or twice, definitely give it a try. Personally, I've put the dies on my list of wants.

  17. You made the deer card a 5×7 what card stock do you use? I could not find Neenah in a larger card stock. Did you cut from to different sheets of card-stock and tape/glue them together?

  18. This was the perfect card for Whimsy Stamp's new digital release Seal in the Water by CR Armstrong. It's my featured card on the Whimsy blog today and also on my personal blog at https://pamspearls4u.blogspot.com/2018/11/seasons-greetings-today-with-whimsys.html. You made it look so easy – took me quite a while to see it~ but it worked and I thank you!

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