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Friday, 13 June 2014

Pink Gates...

Happy Friday,

Well it looks like I am continuing with the theme of more pastel colours that I don't usually use.  Today, as I am sure you can tell, is pink!  This is a very simple new home card made in layers using a double cut of spellbinders gilded gate die which have been mounted upside down on top of each other.









Ingredients:
Spellbinders Gilded Gate Die
Spellbinders M-bossabilities Harlequin folder
Co'ordinations Cardstock
DoCrafts 12x12 paper
Ribbon & Hatpin
Sentiment stamp Waltzing mouse.

Enjoy...




18 comments:

  1. Lovely card-you could use it for yourself when you move back to the UK!

    Michele.

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  2. Hi John
    I am so pleased to see how you have used this gate die , i got some already cut from e/bay and then didn't know how to use them lol, however now i have no excuse .........
    Your card is lovely i like the shades of pink and how you have doubled up on the gates with the ribbon running through looks fantastic .

    Have a good day
    Elaine H X

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  3. Lovely John. Love the gingham.
    Love Val x

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  4. Hola John
    Wouldn't describe this as pastel as on my phone screen it looks more red with a peachy coloured ribbon, which does look a bit odd. Gorgeous design though. Love what you have done with the gate die. Will have a look on my tablet when I get home to see what colours show up there.
    Have a great day.
    Ang x

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  5. Great idea to "double up" the die My screen is making card look very dark, almost red But I still live it!

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  6. Hi John. Love the card, sadly I think the colours are coming up all wrong on my screen. I have pinky/purple background checks then rather bright red smaller checks with a really peach coloured ribbon! All in all it looks rather odd. It is so annoying when technology doesn't work as I know that "in the flesh" it will look so different. I ope the packing is going well. Have a good weekend. Take care.

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  7. Morning John,
    Like some of the others I have funny colours on my screen not the sort that would normally be put together, I do love the design and the way you have used the gate die, clever.
    Lydia
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  8. Hi John. love the card. Really like how you have used the gate.

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  9. Interesting way of using the gate die John, makes a nice feature.

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  10. Hi John,
    I have pink with a red matted layer and red embossed square on my screen but it looks great and I love how you have used the gates too.

    Love Sheila xx

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    1. Just come through on my phone it looks very red! I promise it's pink lol

      John x

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  11. John, I love the effect that the gates have made. Looks very stately !! A good new home card. Janice x

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  12. I love the card, to me the 'gates' look like a very pale green not pink!

    Nancy

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  13. john .another fab card ,love the gate die and it does make a great new home card .Laura O

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  14. Fab creation and luv how you have used the gilded gates - also luvin the emboss folder - I have a harlequin one but I don't think it is this one! - I will have to go and have a rummage!! - hope the packing is going well xx GailT xx

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  15. Hi John Stunning ,fantastic design,I envy you when you can cut free hand,the use of the gates,fantastic ,threading the ribbon 10/10 .,never mind the way it did not transfer well ,we will all have to imagin the coul our in our minds.
    Hugs
    Ita.

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  16. HI John
    I love how you put your colours together, you have created another fab card:-)

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