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Hi everyone!

The current AAA Cards challenge is embossing – could be dry embossing, heat embossing or both! I chose to do both!

I covered a Cuttlebug embossing folder with ink to create the embossed white star background which I then cut using a start Lawn Fawn die. I then covered the stars with some Nuvo Aqua Glimmer Gloss for a bit of shimmer.

I added a sentiment from Krumspring stamps which I had heat embossed using sliver embossing powder.

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Happy Birthday, Daffodil!

For this card, I used one of my favourite stamps by Penny Black and coloured it using my Twinkling H2Os. I trimmed a panel and then added the cross stitched embossing to two sides using a Lawn Fawn die. The sentiment is by Clearly Besotted and the patterned paper is from My Mind’s Eye.

I’m entering this into the Penny Black and More Challenge – spring and also the current Casology challenge – ‘season’.

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Happy Easter


Happy Easter everyone!

Here’s another one of my Easter cards which I made using dies from Simon Says Stamp, My Favorite Things and Lawn Fawn and lots of glitter paper.

As I used the colour palette from this week’s Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge, I’m entering this card into that challenge, together with the current SSS Flickr challenge (‘sparkle and shine’).

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A bunny Easter egg!

Hi there!

I finally got round to using this cute Avery Elle Easter image that I have had for a couple of years! Such fun to colour with my Twinkling H2Os! I added a Woodware sentiment and used Lawn Fawn dies to add interest to the background.

I’m entering this into the Seven Hills monthly challenge, the Color Throwdown challenge and also the current AAA challenge (shiny spring).

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Egg-stra Special!

Happy Saturday! I used Lawn Fawn’s Happy Hatchlings die set for this Easter card. Yes, I confess it took a long time to do the inlaid die cutting for those dotty eggs! Even did a bit of controlled ink smooshing which is not one of my usual techniques but I think you’ll be seeing it more in future!!

I found this sentiment in my Easter stamp box – bought it years ago from Archivers. Ah, such a wonderful store and very sorely missed!

I’m entering this into the current Color Throwdown challenge.

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