Wednesday, 30 October 2019

WEEKLY WEDNESDAY CARD GIVE-AWAY

Good morning crafty friends

Thank you for replying to my card issue yesterday.  I will certainly let you know if I find a solution!

A CAS card for this week's give-away

The stem of the flower does say 'tulip' and I've had the stamp for many years



Leave a comment, by 6pm Friday, if you would like your name added to the draw.  The winner will be announced on Saturday's blog

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June

11 comments:

  1. Wow, what a beautiful CAS card, June. The stem of the tulip is fantastic!
    xxx Margreet

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  2. Lovely card June - CAS cards always appeal!
    I have always resisted stamping on Textured Card - maybe I should follow your example!

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    1. Thank you Lyn

      I stamped the card first then embossed it. It works every time

      Jx

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  3. Gorgrous CAS card June, xxxx

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  4. Hi June this is a stunning CAS style card. It is very pretty. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  5. What a great card, June and I love the stamp. CAS cards always look classy anyway and this is just lovely.

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  6. A lovely card June. Thank you for sharing it

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  7. a simple ,pretty card

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  8. What a pretty CAS card, and that tulip stamp is very unique! I am wondering if you embossed the background after stamping the tulip, or before?

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  9. Thank you Karen

    I embossed it after I stamped the image

    Jx

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