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Sunday, 10 September 2017

SENDING YOU SMILES

Hello and welcome...
I promise this will be the last you'll see of this embossing folder for a long while! LOL.  In 'the hand' the deep embossing is very visible

I started with an A4 white card base and scored it in half to give me an A5

I cut a smaller panel in black card and adhered it to the base

A further panel, in white card, was cut to measure the same size as the embossing folder, 5"x7" and embossed then adhered to the base card

Using a John Lockwood stamp, from one of his older sets, I stamped the sentiment 'Sending You Smiles' with a Versafine Onyx Black Ink Pad, directly onto the banner section towards the bottom of the card

I used a dark greyish paper for the inside of the card and stamped a few elements from the same stamp set by John using a white ink pad
Thank you for taking the time to visit, I hope my designs have given a little inspiration. I read all your comments and really appreciate you leaving me a message.
June x
INGREDIENTS:
  • white card stock ~ Papermill Direct
  • black foundation card ~ Creative Expressions (CE)
  • Delightful Daisies Embossing Folder ~ Spellbinders
  • sentiment ~ John Lockwood aka John Next Door
  • Picket Fence (white) ink pad ~ Ranger
  • Platinum machine ~ Spellbinders

2 comments:

  1. Lovely embossing on this card. Just stopping by to say hello.

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  2. Hi Diane

    June here on my hubby's PC, I'm unable to access my blog and it's now gone to blog heaven, I'm quite upset about it

    I'm getting a new blog set up tomorrow and I hope you will visit me there. I will repost on here when I have the final details

    Thank you for your support

    June

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I hope you have a great day June x

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