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Friday, 29 March 2013
An easter tutorial and news of a show - see red at bottom of post!
Good morning all and a happy easter to you! I hope you all have a wonderful time doing whatever it is you'll be doing. If you've got some crafting time - stay tuned - I have a tutorial for you on how to make that card shape I showed you earlier on in the week. If you've forgotten - here's a new card I made from this tutorial card.
1.This is the Marianne die I used
Hope that helps those of you that were wondering - I think its neat and will start looking at my dies differently now - so thanks so much to that lady in Manchester who was demonstrating this technique!
I'd like to enter my easter card into the following challenges:
Spring Card Makers Challengedocraftsblog: Do Crafts
Crafty Ribbonscraftyribbonschallenge: AG with ribbons
Simon Sayssimonsaysstampschallenge: Anything goes
Sisterhood of craftersthesisterhoodofcrafters: Easter/Spring
Thanks for visitng today and have yourselves a fabulous long weekend!
Next weekend - 6th April to be precise - there's going to be a craft show in Doncaster. Crafty Sentiments will be there with all of their new releases - stamps, stamp sets and dies and the old ones too! The show takes place at Doncaster Deaf Academy on Leger Way - which is opposite the racecourse. The postcode is DN26AY for those of you with sat navs. The show is on from 10am until 3.30pm. Its a chance to get the new releases before they go on the website on the 10th April. and
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thank you thank you thank you :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card, yet again Rachel, thanks for the tutorialReplyDelete
Beautiful card and beautiful die! Thanks for the easy tutorial!ReplyDelete
Stunning card Rachel and a wonderful tutorial.ReplyDelete
I hope you have a good day
Hugs Sue xx
Stunning Easter card and a wonderful tutorial on how you made it. Thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Wonderful tutorial Rachel, resulting in a very beautiful card. Will definitely give this idea a go! Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Anne xReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing Rachel, unfortunately haven't got a GC so can't make this! Still will try to get that die though and 'adapt' your tutorial to work with my CB!ReplyDelete
Hope you and the family have a really Happy Easter! Karen x
Absolutely gorgeous Rachel and thanks for the awesome tutorial.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood ‘Easter/Spring’ challenge and please come back again soon!
one of the 'Sistahs'
The Sisterhood of Crafters
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS
oh wow hun,this is just amazing the detail is stunning great idea too love it hugs CherylxxxReplyDelete
Wow, so clever xxReplyDelete
Hi Rachel, gorgeous card, thank you for showing how you did it...what a good idea...Might just have a go with some of my dies now....Happy Easter. S xReplyDelete
Fabulous card Rachel and great tutorial.ReplyDelete
love this card wish i had a calibur si i could do it .xxxxx valReplyDelete
Another beautiful card, Rachel. I have not been on line for about a week so trying to catch up today! Vee xxReplyDelete
A very beautiful creation hun!ReplyDelete
Thank you so very much for joining in with our Anything Goes With Ribbon Challenge over on the Crafty Ribbons Challenge Blog this fortnight - and Good Luck!
Karen - DT.xx
Beautiful card Rachel, so elegant and pretty, I love how you've created the shape with the die.ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp
hugs Mandy xx