Sunday, 19 March 2017


Hi, thanks for popping by...

Today's card is one that I made a while ago.  I have only a few favourite colour combos; white on white, black and white, aqua and white, pink and white, yellow and black and finally, blue and white!
We're in the middle of relocating my craft room to another part of the building and by the end this week we hope to be 95% finished, hence showing one of my older designs today!
This is a large card, just over 8"x9".  I cut a smaller layer to sit onto the base card and using a Black Micron Pen I made small dots around both layers.
I cut and embossed the flowers in blue card and white pearlised card by Crafter's Companion.  My apologises as I am unable to remember the name of the flower die but I'm quite sure it is by Spellbinders.  The flowers were adhered onto white card then I die cut and embossed two frames using Sue Wilson's Pierced Rectangles and adhered these to the card.
I stamped the sentiment, by Creative Expressions, onto white card and used a punch to cut it out.  I added mounting foam to the back and adhered to the centre of the card.
To complete I added 3 white flat back pearls to the centre of each flower

There is still time to comment on yesterday's card, should you like the chance to give it a new home, as the winner is not picked until Monday morning

Thank you for visiting, I read all your comments and appreciate you taking the time to leave me a message and hope my designs have given a little inspiration.

June x

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