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Hi,

Welcome to my blog. Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope that you will find some inspiration for your projects as I have from many lovely people. This is just a little space for me to share some of my cards, scrap book pages and maybe even some of my embroidery and quilting projects.

Enjoy and stop back often.

Sharon



Monday, 28 September 2009

A couple of Card Fronts

Hi Everyone,

thanks for dropping in today. I just wanted to do a quick post to show you the 2 card fronts I made for the September Card Front Swap at SBT50. We were to make a Thank You card and also a flower card.

The card fronts have to be 9 x 13 cm to fit onto the front of a Kaiser blank card.

This is what I came up with:



Here is the recipe:


All Paper and inks are from Stampin’ Up. Check out Claire Daly’s blog if you want to see what else Stampin’ Up has to offer.

Card Stock: Chocolate chip, Close to Cocoa and Very Vanilla
DSP: Close to Cocoa DSP
Stamp: Stampin’ Up’s Elegant Thank You, small branch from the Touch of Nature Stamp Set
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Other: Sponge Daubers, dimensionals, DS tape, personal trimmer




Here is the recipe:

Card Stock: Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa, Watercolour Paper
Stamps: Hydrangea from Bloomin’ with Beauty, Background stamp is from the Peaceful Wishes stamp set.
Ink: Versa Mark, Basic Grey, chocolate chip. colouring done using watercolour wonder crayons
Ribbon: Brocade Blue Grosgrain 5/8” ribbon
Other: Aqua Painter, Sponge Dauber, personal trimmer, ds tape.

Hope that you like these 2 card fronts.

Take Care and thanks for stopping by.

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