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Friday, 2 April 2010

Flying Away Further ...

Part Two!  I get bored really easily, and occasionally go through my brad boxes filled with little odds and bods, and then pick something out ...

A very simple card which I really like - a scrap of Basic Grey Scarlet's Letter, together with some Mrs Grossman's stickers that I am slowly getting through after about six years ....  A shaped clip with some scallop punches, and another one of those Craftwork Cards printed messages.

Here's another of the cuttlebug embossing folders, used very simply.  Again, some pressed flowers - from a generic QVC kit when I first started crafting and some grograin ribbon. Tip - when I cut the ribbon down, I add a fine line of glossy accents at the edge to stop the ribbon from fraying. 

Here, I used a shaped template cut out from the Cricut.  Small white dots just break up some of the brightness.  Just one small velvet teal flower gives somewhere for the eye to rest. 

Here's a rustic "Hello" made from left over Chatterbox, an old flower denuded from a much bigger one, and one of those daisy gel stickers. 

I love spring colours, but my card making really is determined by the contents of my scraps.  Here's a card I really do like, reminiscent of spring - now, if only we had some  ....

Hopefully tomorrow I will get to do some scrapbooking, and rats - I really should do some housework!  Although I've got some outstanding crafty business to finish first, really - it is FAR more important, isn't it? 


  1. These cards are lovely - very clean, graphic lines. Good to see you doing cards!