Thursday, 16 February 2017


Hi... thanks for popping by
This is another quick make card, you could have several pre-cut, embossed and stamped with your choice of sentiment and coloured card and stored with an envelope ready 'to go'.
I have used coconut white, milk and baby blue foundation card by CE.  The embossing folder is 'Breeze' by Couture Creations, the stamp by Phill Martin from his Sentimentally Yours Range, the gems are from my own stash.
The finished card measures 5"x7"

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June x


  1. Its not my favorite card that you've created BUT I can see the beauty if having some pre prepd for that "last minute" card, you could make it MORE special by the choice of verse you added to the centre.
    Talking of verses, everytime i see or use a verse i like i copy it and hold in a separate folder on my laptop, then ive nearly always got an appropriate verse to suit the ocassion. Just a thought! Xxx

  2. Thank you Pam... I've also a list of verses I've either used or liked :) x

  3. Love the Blue mat for the pretty embossed panel and the coordinating blue bling as embellishing . The card design is clean and crisp ..I like it .

  4. its simple but elegant,I really like it

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