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Doesn’t it just make your mouth water?? At our recent Stamp Club get-togethers we made Scratch-n-Sniff cards. How much fun was it to make some cards that not only look good but smell yummy too!
To create the orange segment, I cut a 6″ Circle with the Circle Scissor and folded it in half. The white “pith” is made from a ring cut out of Whisper White cardstock also using the Circle Scissor (HINT : Cut the smaller circle first before cutting the outer circle to create the ring and use plenty of Dotto to secure your cardstock to the glass mat). The “segments” in the orange were created by cutting a Scallop Circle with the Big Shot and cutting in half.
Here’s a close up of the little tag we used as the greeting for this orange card………Tiny Tags (from the Autumn Winter mini)  is on special this month at 20% off the normal price!

And here is another one…….this time using the Cottage Garden two step stampin’ set (also on special at 20% off)…….the flowers are Scratch-n-Sniff – Cranberry Flavoured!

Colours used : Rich Razzleberry, Orchid Opulence, Lovely Lilac.
Another card below, that we made at a workshop a couple of weeks ago using the same set …..doesn’t it look different using these colours? There is the Tiny Tags set again…… create the tag I used the perfectly coordinating Jewellery Tag Punch which is designed to be used with this set……

Colours : Soft Suede and Ruby Red
See HERE for more information on this month’s Two-Step Stampin’ special and contact me with your order today!
If you and your friends would  like a free demonstration to learn how to create your own Scratch-n-Sniff or Two-Step Stampin’ cards……give me a call or email me schedule a time for your in-home workshop this month 🙂

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3 thoughts on “Scratch-n-Sniff”

  1. Great idea…but you didn’t say how you created the “smell” part…would love to know how you did it…thanks for sharing!

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