Tuesday, 3 March 2020


Good morning crafty friends

I've used the 'embossing on wax paper' to create the background on today's card.  The video, sorry,  will have to wait until later

I do like to see the finished result when you start with a piece of white cardstock and end up with something totally different

For those who have noticed the end of one of the branches visibly on show (I can't believe I didn't see that when I finished the card never mind when it was photographed!)  the good new is it's no longer there haha

 the inside

and with the decorated envelope 

  • 5"x7" white card base
  • black and white card for panels
  • festive berry - Distress Oxide Ink
  • stamps - freebie magazine
  • flowers and leaves - my stash
Thank you for visiting today

June x


  1. Such an elegant card June - red and black always works for me!! The finishing touches on the inside & on the envelope add to the whole thing - beautiful !!!

  2. it's gorgeous and elegant June great background

    gr karin

  3. I had to go back and look for the end of the branch - didn't notice it till you said !!
    The card looks lovely and I love the dramatic colours used.

  4. Hi June this is a stunning birthday card it is just so pretty. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  5. This is such a beautiful card June! Love the background and I love the colour combo .. so gorgeous! x

  6. Such an elegant card, great colours

  7. Fabulous card, June. I love the background, but I've never heard of embossing on wax paper technique. Sounds like it will be another new technique for me to try! xx


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