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Thursday, 8 March 2018

IF FRIENDS WERE FLOWERS

Hi, welcome to my 'happy place'....

 A very easy make for today's card!

I started with an 8" square, white card base and added a smaller panel of black card, then added this beautiful paper onto the black card

The ribbon and stamped sentiment are not as bright as they appear on the photograph!

The sentiment was stamped and embossed and the ribbon was added, I made 2 'fold-overs' on the ribbon then added the strips of pearls as well as on the centres of the 2 main flowers

I used a paper punch for the decorative edge and added another length of the ribbon behind it (I wish it didn't look so red on here LOL) 

INGREDIENTS:
  • 8" white base card ~ CraftUK
  • black card ~ my stash
  • patterned paper ~ my stash
  • fuchsia ribbon ~ Club Green
  • sentiment stamp ~ Creative Expressions
  • fuchsia embossing powder ~ unknown
  • pearls ~ CE
  • paper punch ~ Martha Stewart
I have changed the font for an easier read as one follower had mentioned she struggled with the smaller print

Instead of a stamp tomorrow I have a die set as a give-away, hope to see you then

Until tomorrow....

June x

4 comments:

  1. I love it, I have a very nice friend who is going thru a hard time right now, she would HAVE to be a flower and strangely enough she would have to be a Poppy.

    However, to me, this is a beautifully understated card which means the world to me. Thank you for sharing it June xxx

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  2. Nice simple card, thank you June. Love anything that makes life easier.!

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  3. A beautiful card June. Love the sentiment. Thank you.

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