CTO: Making a You’re One In A Million Card with Lost and Found3 6

So YESTERDAY I actually share the layout with the Ruby Collection from Lost and Found 3, but today I wanted to give you the full picture of what really is encompassed in this amazing My Mind’s Eye series.One in a Million Handmade Card


TWO videos today which is not normal for a Check This Out Wednesday, BUT, I couldn’t help it! I’ve made so much with all the goodies from this collection – I just LOVE it so much! (Can you all hear me say LOVE IT!?!? lol)

Take a look at all the wonderful elements and papers in this collection in this first video!

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Here’s the You’re One In a Million Card – I used the Enamel Dots, 3d Sticker Elements, 3 sheets of Pattern Paper from Oliver, Washi Tape or Decorative Tape – turned out so cute!!!

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Thanks again for stopping by to Check This Out today – hope you have a wonderful Wednesday and we will see you again soon!

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6 thoughts on “CTO: Making a You’re One In A Million Card with Lost and Found3

  • Sandie Scott

    enjoyed the ustream last night. It reminded me more of when I started following you. Love the Mind’s eye videos. Good luck with HSN I try to stay away from them. Too much temptation! I’ll be working when you are on but might need to check it out when I get off. I could use some refills. let us know about the tv show. Single parenting is tough but you are doing a good job. The kids are adorable.

  • dianne davis

    Enabler!!! love your card, but really love both of these paper packs, so often you find a nice paper pack, but then about 1/2 is ugly paper(that no one wants to use), but that is not the case with these packs, all the paper is gorgeous!!! Hope you, & your babies have an awesome day<3. God bless.

  • Sarah O - England

    Wow, love the papers now I’ve just got to track them down over here. Think I will need to buy two sets one to enjoy looking at and one to use, is it only me that does that.
    Next week in the UK it is half term so my daughter is out of school, planning to do crafting with her. We had an amazing 2012 – Olympics and Diamond Jubilee over here we have some great pictures so we will be scrapbooking…just realised if I scrapbook with the paper I still get to enjoy them.
    Thaks for the inspiration.

  • Kathy

    I have enjoyed the value, information and tips as well as the demonstrations on the website for several years. I am glad that you are going to be on HSN as that was another spot that started me onto an easier and more cost effective crafting.Now that I am retired I am setting up a craft room and will be able to devote more time to my grandchildren and crafting. Hope to see you on HSN. Hope the other items you are involved with also come to fruition. Congratulations!