Owl Rather Be With You by Koren Wiskman

October 08, 2018


Hi everyone! This is Luba from Gerda Steiner Designs. :-) 

I did not make this card or video...I am merely posting for Koren Whiskman to whom all credit is due!

She did such a wonderful job with this humorous video, especially the part where she is jokingly sparring with her husband, that I highly recommend everyone to watch it!

Anyhow, I'm not going to give a spoiler alert...to get all the juicy details on how Koren made her beautiful card using Gerda Steiner Designs Owl Rather Be With You 4x6 Clear Stamp Set, just press on the link below to view the full video!





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