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Friday, 10 January 2014

Softly Blue...

Happy Friday,

Today's card is a delicate colour with a shabby edge to it.  I based this one on an old stamp and some ribbon I inked using a turquoise chalk ink pad. 


Seriously short on blogging time as I seem to have, somehow, spent over 6 hours in the craft room and now its midnight!

Sorry...

Enjoy...




12 comments:

  1. HI John, Hope you managed to get up in time for work this morning.
    Love the delicate stamped background and also like the way you have used the edgeabilities. Love it all in fact.
    Have a good day.
    Love Val x

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  2. Hola John
    Nowt shabby about this one matey. Love the blue tones. How do you do those Becca bows? Do you just make the loops and tie off in the middle or do you use your bow maker?
    Have a great day.
    Ang x

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    1. Hi Babe,
      Bow-maker I'm afraid I am no use at hand tying!

      John x

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  3. Really John, Just for me??? Seriously, it's a very pretty card.

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    1. hi Lesley, If you want to email me on Lockers@live.co.uk then I will arrange to post it to you!

      John xx

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  4. Hi John. Gorgeous car. ,Love everything, so pretty. I think some crafty imp sneaks in and puts all of the clocks forward when we are crafting don't they : ) I have never known time to pass so quickly as when I am card making! Take care.

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  5. really nice card ,love the center piece.Laura O

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  6. Hi John,
    Fabulous card, love it all.
    Lydia
    X

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  7. Fab card and luv the subtle colour xx luvin the stick pins xx GailT xx

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  8. Lovely delicate card John. Hope you find some time to "play" over the weekend as well as keep up all your other commitments, best wishes Jackie

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  9. Hi John
    Lovely card (as usual!). I line the way you've used the die to create 'ribbons' across the card. And the oval sentiment fits in beautifully.
    Best wishes
    Anne O

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