Stitch this sweet bunny panel to use as the perfect Easter card embellishment.
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The five designs in this stamp set are the perfect images with which to add a splash of color to your cards. These random splotches can be used to create backgrounds or as accent images. You'll have fun discovering all the ways these images can be used to bring your card designs to the next level. The set of woodblock rubber stamps, made in the United States, fits into a 4 1/4 x 3 3/4-inch box. Suggested retail price -- $14.99
Accordion cards are exactly what the name implies. Traditionally, they are cards that are created using vertical folds, and these folds look like the musical instrument, thus the name "accordion." It is possible to make a less-traditional version using horizontal folds. Accordion cards, like the instrument, can be closed so that the panels created by the folds are not totally visible, or they can be pulled open and put on display, allowing the individual panels to be seen. This feature also makes it possible for the card to be mailed easily. If it has many panels, this card can also be called an accordion book. Either way, these cards have the same basic format.
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