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Currently available, I made this card using Kitty Among Presents from The Stamping Bazaar designed by Marina Neira.
Main Stamp: Kitty Among Presents (TSB)
Patterned Paper: BW Evergreen (K&C)
Metal Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities Large Scalloped Rectangles
-kitty: YR21, YR23, YR24, G20, G24, G28
-other: Y35, R24, R29, R89, C1, C3, G20, G24, G28
Did you know? In physics, all magnets have two poles that are distinguished by the direction of the magnetic flux. Based on the early use of magnets in compasses they were named the "north pole" (or more explicitly "north-seeking pole"), "N", and the "south pole" (or "south-seeking pole"), "S". Because opposite poles attract, the Earth's North Magnetic Pole is therefore, by this definition, physically a magnetic field south pole. Conversely, the Earth's South Magnetic Pole is physically a magnetic field north pole.