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  1. As a newbie… I want to make all of these! Thank you for sharing your imaginative and fun ideas! Love them! โค๏ธ

  2. WOW ! ! ! ! WOW ! ! ! ! What a beautiful technique. I can not wait to try it to make my Christmas cards for 2019. I love your tutorials ! ! ! ! Josie G.-P.

  3. Awesome, thank you so much Jennifer. I had been contemplating how to use laminating pouches for card making and this is perfect.

  4. Lol, I did that by accident one day when I knocked over some glitter while I had a laminator project going on. The mess was unbelievable and I didn't want glitter in the pouch, I just couldn't remove it all! I swear, you're not a (lady) crafter until you've had glitter down your bra ๐Ÿ™‚ I was still finding glitter in unexpected places, a week later!

  5. This may be my most inspirational card making video I've ever seen! Absolutely love the idea of using my Minc Machine this way, and that final card with the penguins is adorable!!

  6. Jennifer this is a fantastic video…all the samples and supplies listed makes it so easy to go and get all your supplies and be able to do this card. I love all the samples…your on the top of your game and please stay with it for all of us…who follow you…thank you Jennifer for all you do for teaching us how……………….pat

  7. You are so clever!! The laminator idea is wonderful but the simple act of putting the card in the corner of your Misti and then adding the frame so they will be perfectly aligned is brilliant.

  8. Thank you for this video! I absolutely love this technique. So excited to get started on some Christmas cards now.โค๏ธโค๏ธ

  9. Oh my, just when I think I have ALL the Toys I need for my crafting, you come up with something new for me to 'want'….I love these examples. Using the left over 'confetti' for backgrounds is awesome. Also prevents the little stuff all over when the card is opened. Thank you for another outstanding video, Jen. Hugs

  10. I love your video I was hoping that you could link the ink blue that you used, please if not made any more what one is comparable to it

  11. Jennifer I have been following you for years and you never cease to amaze me. Youโ€™re a genius. Your techniques are just amazing! Thank you for sharing always.

  12. This is brilliant! Another video packed full of ideas and examples, thank you so much, you have so much talent. I was wondering if perhaps you could maybe address the price of mailing some of these cards. Some of them are quite thick and I am wondering about the logistics. Thank you again.

  13. Always baffled by your amazing cards! ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–คโœจโœจโœจโœจโœจโœจโœจ

  14. I love this idea! Thanks for sharing so many ideas. As to other types of laminating pouches, there are ones that do not require heat, but I'm not sure how well they would work for this technique.

  15. You can make this clear card with glitter & stuff & glue it to your storage boxes, makeup box, etc. You can even write on it with white board marker & use it as list maker. If you can cut it, then you can cut little shapes & make key chains by punching hole in it โœจ๐Ÿ–ค

  16. Sis, you are out here changing the game. One card at a time. The Lord has made ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿพ even your mistakes ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿพ to be a blessing to others!

  17. What a fabulous technique! Great way to use the laminator and your various tiny die cut and other confetti to create a scene.

  18. Everyone else has said it for me, so ditto all those positive comments. Bless you for sharing, hope you will do one on using this for shaker cards.


  20. I've fallen SO far behind. But, saw the pic, and, just had to watch. Miss your shows, hope to catch up soon. This is a GREAT technique, Awesome cards!

  21. Love this technique so much. It's a great inspiration. I will definitely try it. Thank you so much for being so creative!!!

  22. Great video – I was doing this over 20 years ago – glad to see it again – another tip you might want to try is stamping on acetate and encapsulated the stamp and you can colour in the stamp with alcohol markers makes a sort of stain glass window effect & you can smoosh alcohol inks in it to make water or stain glass see through cards or backgrounds – have fun JayAlix

  23. Hi Jennifer. This technique and inspiring video is perfect for me at this time. Iโ€™ve been thinking how to make a snow globe type of card for this holiday season. These ideas are perfect for what I have in mind. I also have an Anna Griffin Heidi Swapp mink machine that I have never used! Well, I will be using it now! Thank you so much for these wonderful cards. Each and every one is so awesome! Sincerely, Katz

  24. This is so clever! I have been considering purging sequins & glitter but resisting because I love them so much. After watching this, I know why! I need several cards for the next few weeks and it's a good bet these ideas will show up. Thanks so much!

  25. Wow . What an amazing discovery from making a mistake . Your really so clever , if tat had bee me , everything would have ended up in the rubbish bin . You make amazing cards . Canโ€™t wait to give this a try . Thanks Jennifer . Xx

  26. I need to try the carrier sheet. I tried some sequins and some came out of the pouch and stuck to the outside of the pouch. Also, as the pouch went through my laminator, some of them made scratch marks.

  27. Jennifer, you never seize to amaze and inspire me. You are incredibly creative. Thank you again for the inspiration and ideas !!!

  28. Very cool ! I have used the laminating sheets with very tiny colorful leaves inside for Fall cards.๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‚

  29. You are soooo creative and resourceful Jennifer! I DO have a laminator (comes in handy as a former educator). Now I can get it out and use it a different way!

  30. Awesome Thank you. If you don't have a laminator but you have laminating pouches try putting the pouches between copy paper/ or baking paper and ironing it. There are a few video's on you tube about ironing laminator pouches. Make sure your iron DOESN'T touch the pouch or it will melt on the iron and ruin it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  31. Got a laminator because I could finally justify the purchase with this technique! I've watched this video several times. Absolutely love it! Word of caution don't use diamond dust in your pouches. It pokes through and can cut you.

  32. LOVE those little critters, Jennifer and your idea to make the decorated windows is fabulous.ย  Your cards are super adorable and I love everything about this Youtube.ย  Thanks for sharing your brilliant ideas with us, and to Sharon George who posted about how to clean a laminator if you melt stuff in it, thanks so much for that tip as well.ย  Hope I never have to use it.

  33. I've been watching a lot of videos on making cards, but this method is Awesome! I loved them all, but the clear card's my favorite. Thank you for sharing with us.

  34. This is a super duper idea! I can't wait to do this. No stopping me now. Thanks Jennifer!! Your cards are gorgeous and so creative!

  35. Love this technique Jennifer. Thank you so much for sharing! Can't wait to try it out. Now my mind is going crazy wondering what I could trap in the sheets. I wonder if drops of water would work? I'll have to try it and see. ๐Ÿ™‚

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