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...and a Card with Stitching!

Managed to do some sewing but how long it lasts is beyond me! This was originally intended to be a birthday card but have used it for a get well card as someone I know has just had an operation and needed something pdq to give them.

Found the image in my RAK box - Hanglar of course....ooh, I dream of owning some of these stamps! Coloured with Promarkers and papers are MME - same as before. Flowers are from my stash and brads are Doodlebug sugar coated. Finally added an East of India wooden heart which I've been hanging onto for years!

Feeling a bit under the weather today so going for a sit down now...the rest of the ironing will have to wait!




Comments

Deb said…
fabulous card, such a sweet image, hope you are feeling better soon! hugs Debx
Jose said…
Love the colours you have used on that card, glad the sewing machine is back up and working, I really must try stitching on cards sometime.
Jose x x
debby4000 said…
Oh wonderful card Jo, fab cute image and luv the stitching.
luv
Debby
My Little Space said…
Jo, your stitching looks fab!! Such a lovely card.

Mandy

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