Saturday, 17 September 2016

This is my second card to enter into the

Crafty Cardmakers' Challenge Blog
featuring multiple layers

The finished dimensions are 8"x10"

I used grey pearlised card and white card to create 7 layers.  I added mounting foam to the final top section for dimension and layered this with a pretty floral design paper from my stash.  I attached a pink ribbon around this as well as making and attaching narrow white bows as well as adhering a small square, clear dazzler by Creative Expressions to the centre of the bow.  The sentiment was stamped in black to the bottom of the design 

All for now.... June x

I'm entering this card into the

Crafty Card Makers Challenge Blog

Using lots of layers as requested, this card is an 8"x8"

I have mattered and layered onto my white base card the following:

white, pink, white card stock then a floral pink paper, I then added a white card that I'd previously embossed.  To this I cut and embossed my focal element (I'm not sure if it was a Tonic die) in pink card and attached in the centre.  I then added a white bow using silky crush ribbon by Creative Expressions.  The two flourishes are from the Bella Rose die set by Heartfelt Creations (I snipped off the leaves on both flourishes) and attached under the ribbon.  To complete I added 4 pink faux pearls using Cosmic Shimmer PVA glue to all 4 corners, pearls around the centre of the focal element then cut and embossed, on white card, two flowers from the 'Finishing Touches - Cornflower range of dies by Sue Wilson/Creative Expressions as well as adding a pearl to the centre on both flowers

All for now.... June x

Friday, 16 September 2016

Spellbinders 'Sweet Juliet Dies'

All sold, no further stock is available

Sunday, 11 September 2016

                                Good morning!

                                We only have one die set remaining of the
                                      Spellbinders 'Sweet Juliet'
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