Wednesday, 20 November 2019

WEEKLY WEDNESDAY CARD GIVE-AWAY

Good morning crafting friends


I made this card using elements from Papercraft Society's Issue 1 Craft Box, and whilst the sentiment is embossed with 'Thank you' I'll pop another die cut in with it so the winner can add their own sentiment

I've stamped the inside of the card and the envelope using the stamp set from the box

The die does make a very pretty frame to the card


If you would like your name entered into this week's draw please leave me a comment.  You have until 6pm Friday to do so and the winner, picked by Random Name Picker, 
will be announced on Saturday's post

Thank you for stopping by today

June x

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful card June - the dies remind me of Heartfelt dies! Think I might have to investigate these Papercraft Society's Craft Boxes! If the flowers were Poinsettias - this would be very festive!

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  2. Very beautiful and elegant card, June. That frame is gorgeous.
    xxx Margreet

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  3. This is beautiful June, perfect for any occasion. Thanks for the chance to win your lovely card : )

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  4. A beautiful card Wendy. Love the flowers. Thank you for offering it as a freebie.

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  5. Thank you June - what a pretty card you are offering us. I particularly enjoy seeing how you finish the inside and the envelope - lovely !!!

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  6. You have excelled yourself yet again June, this is an amazing card, thank you

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  7. a lot of beautiful detail on this card,its lovely!

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