Thursday, 1 June 2017


Hello and welcome...

Notelet Card
Sometimes you just need to send a friend or a family member a little note for one reason or another and today's card is ideal for that 
I used the largest die from Spellbinders's A2 Matting Basics B to die cut my white card base as shown above and below 
With a piece of Crafter's Companion Pearlised Pink Card I die cut the Double Delights Adore Die by Tattered Lace
I used the Sweet Williams Die Set from the Finishing Touches Range by Sue Wilson for Creative Expressions for my flowers, and the flourishes from the Lily Of The Valley Die Set from the Finishing Touches Range
Flowers & flourishes die cut and ready for shaping 
Shaped, then I added Cosmic Shimmer Dries Clear Glue to adhere my flowers together.  I also added a few stamens to both flowers.  I sprayed the back of the Double Delights Adore Die with a spray adhesive by Crafter's Companion then placed it onto my base card.  I then glued the flowers together, added a few stamens and adhered the flowers to the card.  The flourishes were glued in place around the flowers
From the Sweet Wishes Range Stamps by Creative Expressions I chose the petite Hello stamp and stamped this using Ranger Archival Ink in Coffee 
The finished card
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog, I hope my designs have given a little inspiration.
I read all your comments and really appreciate you leaving me a message
June x


  1. This is gorgeous June!! Simple, elegant and absolutely beautiful!! Love it!! Have a fabulous day!! x

  2. this is a really lovely,pretty card,i really like it


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