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Monday, 22 July 2013

Morning All

So here we are at the start of another week. I am looking forward to the week ahead as I have a few new techniques I want to try out, I am not 100% sure what it is that I want to do  but I am feeling very crafty at the moment and I have a hankering to learn something new. I will let you know how things turn out next time I post. It has been another quiet week (no surprises there then), but the week finished on a high with another trip to Eagle, a village outside Lincoln where I go to a craft club every month.
As I am sure you are all enjoying the weather I have to admit I can't stand it, I have never been a sun lover as I much prefer the cold. My reasons for this are; at least when you are cold you can warm yourself up but when you are too hot there is nothing you can do to cool down, also I hate feeling all clammy and irritable and I hate how it affects other people, good humour seem to go right out of the window.
On to this weeks card and thanks to Sue Wilson for her inspiration . Having layered up white card on red I then used 2 SB Die D-Lites, the ornate gate (with the gates removed) and the ornate heart. I then pricked around the edges using my Tim Holtz ruler and added Cosmic Shimmer glue dots. I finished the card off with some red organza ribbon and a Dazzler.
Hope you like the card and I will be back again soon,
Hugs N Stuff,
Entered into: 613 Avenue Create Challenge #29 - Anything Goes


  1. This is so gorgeous, Jo! I love the pop of red with the white! Beautiful embossing, diecuts and pearl accents! Enjoy your crafting time!

  2. Gorgeous card and such a pretty bow.
    Thank you for joining us at 613 Avenue Create

    Huggsss, Angelique

  3. Jo love the red/white combo! The embossing is is so beautiful and crisp. How brilliant to use the gate that way! This is really an eye catcher as I was scanning through the entries. Thanks for playing in our neighborhood at 613 Avenue Create!
    Co-Owner/DT Coordinator