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Thanks so much for sharing your reverse image stamping. What a great idea!

Carol Held

Arrrrrrgh, laughed my guts out, when I read your little Matey loved the word GUTS...What a HOOT!..Loved the box card. I can SEA him opening this with glee! Your video was a TREASURE of info! Sooo reFISHing, to learn the reversed technique. GUTSta go now....EYE'll talk to ya soon!

Lynn G.

Lovin' your Pirate theme Dawn. How cute! I laugh at the little pirate owl.
I actually have a reversing stamp; but, I am going to try it your way. I may just re-do my reversing stamp with the cling foam as it doesn't have the 'cushion' that I think it needs.
Great video too! I really like the two little birdies facing each other. I never heard of the reverse technique using a wheel. Very interesting! Thanks so much for sharing with us!

Shel Anderson

Great tips Dawn- thanks for sharing!


Great tip Dawn! Thanks for videoing it!

rosemarie c

what a fantastic tip dawn!!! the video makes it so simple to understand. glad i save those little bits of left over rubber.


Great tip Dawn and a perfectly adorable card. I'm sure your grandson loved it. The side kick and I are going to try making one this week. She's on Spring break.

Nancy E

Congratulations! You are the first of my bloggers to make a card in a box, and what a card it is! I like a pirate theme for boys, so I may have to imitate this with my own tweaking, of course. That is, when I get my courage up to try a card in a box. So far, I don't have the nerve to try one.

Nancy E

Love the video and tips too. Can you share the instructions for making the card in a box?


I just love Will's card! And thanks so much for the great reverse imaging tutorial!

Mary Fish

wonderful job with the fun box and video

Brian King

So cool! Thanks for sharing!

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