Wednesday, 24 January 2018


Hello and welcome to my happy place....

There's quite a mix in today's card.  I've used another piece of the cardstock from last week's 'Tuesday Tutorial, Marbling With Alchohol Inks' and used a 'freebie' die (the magazine is either Papercraft Essentials or Making Cards) to create the scene

The sentiment and flowers behind the die are from another 'freebie' stamp set by Papercraft Essentials.  I used the same stamp on the inside of the card as shown below

I've also used paper flowers by Orchard Crafts and added two sizes of pearls

I'll be posting this card to the winner in this padded envelope, I've stamped 'Happy Mail' on the left.  So if the owner of this card is going to post this to someone else I suggest you open the package carefully so that it can be reused again in the event you don't have a padded envelope.  The flowers do have a little height and they are quite firm so should post without any damage

Bottom right is the stamp used

 The outer die on this set was used
As usual, if you'd like to give this card a new home please leave me a comment on today's post, posting as annonymous will eliminate you from the draw, you will need to leave some identification such as: initials, Betty from Blackpool etc etc

You have until 6pm Friday to comment and the winner will be announced on Saturday's post

Until tomorrow....

June x


  1. Hi June, this is a gorgeous card, so pretty. xxx

  2. My kind of card June its lovely.

  3. Wow, June - what a beauty. Love the whole effect. Thank you.

  4. beautiful card,really lovely

  5. Lovely card June. Thank you for sharing this. A great giveaway.

  6. You've done it again June, This card is gorgeous and unusual


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