Hello readers and happy Monday! Welcome back from the snowy weekend. We didn't end up with nearly as much snow here in Western Massachusetts as was predicted, but a fresh 4-5" made it look pretty all the same.
Today I am sharing three cards that were made using the Magic Luck Digi-Next Card Club series from 88 and Clear. Continue reading below to learn more about this monthly card club subscription.
Kit includes, Exclusive Digital Download, link to the class, Instructions, 4 kits to create 4 beautiful cards, along with RG.
Subscribe, Receive and Create! It's that simple!
Live Virtual Class with step-by-step instruction. Classes will stay recorded so if you can't make the Live class, not a problem you can access it anytime. Come and play when you want!
*Live class is pre-scheduled each month*
*Subscription is billed every 1st of the month*
Receive your Exclusive Download instantly after checkout and start creating! Exclusive Digital bundle included with files in 4 formats; Regular PDF, Digital Die Cut Machine Outlined PDF, SVG & JPEG. You will also receive a printed digital each month to create your projects.
Here's what you receive in each monthly Kit:
- Exclusive Digital Bundle and a printed copy with your kit
- Exclusive Digital Bundle in 4 formats! (Regular PDF, Digital Die Cut Machine Outlined PDF, SVG File and JPEG File)
- One on one education! Live virtual education class. The recording will always be available so you can tune in at your convenience!
- Learn Design Trends First
- Tips, Techniques and methods
- Design and composition
I have so much inspiration to share with you from this kit! Here is a closer look at the three cards I made using this month's card club subscription:
And here are a few more beautiful cards that 88 and Clear owner and CEO Richard Garay (RG) made using this same kit:
This is a fun digital stamp set with the most GORGEOUS digital papers! To learn more about digital stamping, please click here. Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
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