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Interactive Double Wiper Card

 Post #1 of 2 today for Club La-La Land 

This is an interactive double wiper card featuring November 2021 Club La-La Land Crafts Kit.  Even though this kit is no longer available for purchase to new subscribers, you can subscribe now to get December's kit (which will be revealed on Dec. 15th)! I'm so excited to see what December's kit will be!!   

Club La-La Land Crafts Nov 2021, Sweater Dress Marci, Scurry over, interactive wiper card

A BIG PERK to being a club subscriber... you will have the option to purchase some of the past kits at the original Club kit price!   For non-subscribers, once the kit month has ended, it will be another 6 - 12 months before the items will be available for purchase individually in the shop. So it's a great perk to being a subscriber!!

Club La-La Land Crafts Nov 2021, Sweater Dress Marci, Scurry over, interactive wiper card

In addition to the great stamps & dies in the November Club Kit, I've also used:


• Skin: E00, E000, E21, E13, R00, R20, R21
• Sweater & Boots: E40, E41, E43
• Pants, Hat, Scarf: R22, R24, R46, R59
• Squirrel: C1, C3, C5, C7, R00, R20, R24, R59

Club La-La Land is a monthly subscription featuring exclusive coordinating stamps and dies at a great price! You can choose between 3 kits that you'll receive in your package each month...

  • Stamps and Dies 
  • Stamps only
  • Dies only 

You will also get step-by-step project tutorials from the Club La-La Land Crafts Design Team as part of your subscription!

Check out the Club La-La Land Crafts blog to see the amazing projects from the rest of the design team!!  

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 Thank you so much for vising ...

Happy Inking!


Paula Hymel said…
OMG, I am in love with this card! Loving the concept! I will definitely try this!

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