Category Archives: nestabilities

Joy Fold Cards

Today I’m sharing a mini tutorial on making Joy Fold cards! This is also my first time to post a more masculine themed card! For some reason they are harder for me to create since most of my “go-to” embellishments … Continue reading

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DIY Cardboard Buttons

Hello fellow crafters! I have another mini tutorial for you today. I’m going to show you how to make cardboard buttons so you’ll never have to worry about not having just the right color to match your project ever again!  … Continue reading

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Pocket Card

Today I’m sharing a lovely little pocket card I created using some of the awesome products found in the CropStop store! DIRECTIONS: Step One: Cut a piece of kraft cardstock into a 4.25 x 9.75 inch strip.  Step Two: Score at … Continue reading

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February Challenge – Link Party #25

It’s time for our monthly challenge here on the blog! I’ve had so much fun creating Valentine related cards and projects this year and I couldn’t wait to share this one with you! I chose Kraft colored cardstock for my … Continue reading

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Snowflakes and Mittens Banner

Hello everyone! Welcome back to the Crop Stop Blog! It’s the start of a new year and we have some changes to announce here on the blog. After careful thought and consideration,  Karen Letchworth has decided to step down from … Continue reading

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Stylized Christmas Trees

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here with another fun Christmas card.  Spellbinders stylized Christmas Trees dies combine 3 fun and funky trees that can be used individually or together.  I chose to work with one die today. I began by stamping cardstock with … Continue reading

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Christmas Gift Bag

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with a quick and easy Christmas Gift Bag using some amazing products form the CropStop Store. Starting with a plain white gift bag, I cut Bazzill Cardstock and pattern papers to fit.  The Stocking Trio … Continue reading

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Almost nesties w/ your cricut

ok, so I love my Cricut and I love my Nesties for different reasons, but I love them both so, while I haven’t bought the scalloped nesties yet (they are in my BUY LIST) I have been able to cut … Continue reading

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Xmas and Labels #9 paired up…

Turid has made a match made in heaven , with the Spellbinder’s Label #7 and this Monochromatic Xmas dream of a card. We have a few of these Nesties and many more @

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Xmas is around the corner…

Have you started your christmas cards yet? Here to inspire is one of Vicki’s card using some of the available punches and nestabilities at Supplies: Spellbinders Nestabilities Label 8; Martha Stewart Ornament Edge Punch

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