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70th Birthday

Here's a card I finished today which a friend asked me to make for her Mum.


I love using these 8" x 8" cards at the moment and managed to fill it with plenty of products!  The image is, of course, Penny Black and is called "A Tender Hug". I've coloured it with Promarkers and added a teeny weeny bit of glitter pen to the flowers.  Image has been cut out with a Woodware punch with a little distress ink around the edge and then layered onto Tattered Lace Studley dies which have been shadowed in pink and white.  This, in turn, has been layered onto white and pink card stock - the white card stock has been embossed with a Sue Wilson embossing folder.  Sentiment is Paper Smooches cut with a Spellbinders die.  I also added Liquid Pearls around the whole card. Crystal numbers are from Dovecraft.


All the pretties are from The Ribbon Girl apart from the dazzler with I got from Create & Craft.


Finally, I layered the inside with white and pink card stock and used a sentiment from Elzybells and a little flower image from  Studio G and finished with a touch of doodling around the edge.

I'm entering this card in the Papertake Weekly Challenge - "To Die For".



Comments

Michelle said…
Beautiful card Jo, I love that image, so cute! xx

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