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Stamping Dragon DesignsStamping Dragon Designs

The home of Digital Stamps and Card Papers by Stampin Dragon Designs, Stay ...

 
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Hub for creative inspiration as well as showcasing the work of 3 papercraft...

 
Linda's PaperieLinda's Paperie

My personal blog featuring my paper craft projects and personal life. I als...

 


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Fanning powder is pretty useful if you like learning card flourishes. It makes the cards easier to work, and helps keep decks in service longer. Fanning powder is mostly zinc soap (zinc stearate) and some other magic filler. It fills the gaps, cra...

Todoist is consistently one of our favorite to-do apps. The company is pretty good about releasing useful updates, and today it’s adding a Boards feature that should make it even easier to organize and visualize your tasks and projects.The Boards f...

I wrote about the original 8bit Card Deck a couple of years back, and now a second edition is live with tweaked designs and the same pixel-perfect look. $15 a deck, target hit, and no question about fulfilment as the print order's already in with Gam...

Microsoft’s Solitaire, which taught the world to use a mouse and waste unprecedented amounts of time, is turning 30 today. The game first came along with Windows 3.0, launched in 1990 with great fanfare, and is still played by 35 million people per...

SPONSORED CONTENTI'm a huge fan of real post and love the feeling of ink flowing across different textures of paper, as well as choosing beautiful writing paper, learning to calligraph, or even creating my own mail art. There's also the emotional asp...

Cameras are getting so fast now that it's hard for regular SD storage cards, even fancy UHS II models, to keep up. Sony has just announced that it's developing new cards using the all-new CFexpress tech that are up to the challenge. They ca...

This deck of 56 'Rider Back' Bicycle playing cards has blank faces. These come in handy for a number of magic tricks. The cards are printed on US Playing Card stock, and excepting the missing printed faces are identical to your regular deck of Bicyc...