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Ellephantastic Mid Month Tutorial {Card Organiser}




Its mid month again over at Ellephantastic Challenges & this month Jill has brought you a fantastic tutorial with thanks to Splitcoast Stampers.
It is how to make a Card Organiser. Its really easy to follow, fun to make & useful at the end of it!!
Pop over to Ellephantastic Challenges for the tutorial & some more Card Organisers that the Elle Team have made.
You will also find a great organiser made by our new member of the team
please pop over & say a big HELLO to Joanne.

Comments

kayc said…
I am away over to have a look at the fabulous card organiser. Hope you are well. Kathleen x
misteejay said…
Beautiful organiser. TFS

Toni :o)
This is so gorgeous Helen, will have to make one of these to organise me lol! Love the little ellie image, sooo sweet! xx
Jill said…
Wow wow wow Helen, aboslutely fantastic! Jill x
princesskitten said…
2 years - really Helen - gosh where did that go!

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