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Cardmaking Tip: Fixing an Oops! of you have told me how much you enjoy my cardmaking/rubber stamping tip videos especially those that tackle those (oops) mistakes! 

Today you'll see an easy way to fix a displaced piece of cardstock or designer paper.  Curious?  Let's take a look at the quick video below.


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Hope you've enjoyed today's cardmaking tip to fix an "oops" and you can see other tip videos here and here on Ink and Inspirations!




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Cheryl Lee

Thanks for the tip.
The card is so pretty but using the dauber to put color along the edge of the card really topped it off and it looks great!!


Hi Lisa! Since I make those oops often, I will for sure try this! Thanks for sharing!!


Hi Lisa, I love your cards. Another item I've recently been introduced to that works fabulously for removing stuck on paper is Undo. When I first used this product I was sure I had wrecked my paper, but nope! Everything dries beautifully so you can reposition - often using the same adhesive.


Lisa, yes I have done that type of 'oops ' many times. Thanks for the trick to fix it.

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