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Saturday, 10 November 2012

Wildflowers blue and a DT card or two

Ok,well i shall be honest and when i got my paper i was truly stumped as me and floral dont exactly go together....lol but after looking at it and thinking of different ways to use it,once i started i was on a roll even if it was a simple roll!!
This was my paper for my DT project over at StampnCraft.
Paper is from The Paper Company USA range (Wildflowers blue)

and these are the two cards i made with my one sheet of paper.Main card i cut paper into squares,using a woodware punch,inked the edges with 'stormy sky' distress ink and glued to card blank. Added silver peeloff lines in between and then fancy cut the daisies and added to corner along with some glamour dust. For the notelet i cut the paper into banners,added some gems and stamped a greeting. Both quick cards but pleased with the end result. Papers, card blanks,gems and distress inks all available at the StampnCraft shop. Will be back later to do some blogging as have persuaded hubby he needs to go to footie :)

11 comments:

  1. I love these Kay what a fabulous idea they look really effective. Caroline xxx

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  2. These are fabulous love both of them hugs Ginny

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  3. What beautiful paper, and two gorgeous cards,

    If you are coming down to my area we won't have any snow hopefully this weekend. Thanks for the comment on my blog

    Margaret

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  4. Gorgeous cards just love both of them. Alison xxx

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  5. love both of them, love your idea's, and super paper
    Tilly

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  6. These are gorgeous Kay, I love the pretty paper and beautiful designs

    I hope you have a good weekend
    Sue

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  7. wow that is wonderful paper and love how you've used it. xx

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  8. No wonder you were stumped, as i would have been as well !!, but i so love what you have come up with, luv Sam x

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  9. When I look at the sheet of beautiful paper I couldn't imagine what I would have done with it, but you have used it to perfection with these two stunning cards :o)
    Jackie xx

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