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The Magic of Spackle

This stencil by Echo Park is my new favorite stencil. It totally reminds me of a Christmas sweater. I'm really not very good at using ink with stencils so I used my favorite go-to medium: lightweight spackle. My husband always gets nervous when I ask him to pick me up some when he goes to the hardware store. He's seems very certain that I broke something...
Club Scrap papers, stamps. Echo Park stencil. Me & My Big Ideas tag.
Club Scrap papers, tags. Echo Park stencil. Nuvo crystal drops.

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  1. Adorable cards, Lisa! I just bypassed asking the hubs and went to pick up my own spackle as to not raise suspicion.

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