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A Card Without Stitching!

I was hoping that this card would have stitching on it....well that was the idea but unfortunately my sewing machine had other plans! Let's put it this way - it's out of action at the moment and that could possibly be permanently after I've thrown it out of the window!

So here's the card I eventually put together without the use of my sewing machine!

I've used the little cutie Daisy stamp, coloured with Promarkers and papers from MME Bloom and Grow. Sentiment is Woodware, ribbon and buttons are from my stash and string is from Leann - see, I am using it Leann!


fairymadjo said…
hi jo ,
wow sooo stunning hun,
huggs jo x
~Denise Lynn~ said…
Hi Jo! Hope all is well with you! Love your card, perfect for Spring. I have those papers, but have yet to use them....think I will! Thanks for the inspiration!
Jose said…
Great card Jo, love the colours you have used and and the papers
Annie said…
love this card Jo, and my sewing machine hates stitching paper and card so I have to do the faux thing too!
enjoy your weekend in the sunshine!
hugs, annie x
Desire Fourie said…
Gorgeous Jo. Such an adorable image which you've coloured beautifully.

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