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Monday, 6 November 2017

Pretty Pretty - Get Well Soon Scalloped Circle

Hello friends

Did you have a nice weekend?
Mine involved working on the website, crafting and then a 
trip to the cinema to see Murder on the Orient Express.
It was a real treat, Elliott is an Agatha Christie fan like me - I've taught him well!
Next cinema trip will be Paddington 2 with my Mum!
Varying film genres.

Next big thanks to those of you who purchased this month's
charity kit, there is just a few left so if you've missed out or would
like an additional one, please stop by yesterday's blog post 
either here or on the Hope and Chances blog.


For those who would like to buy the Note Holder die set,
more are on their way, apologies 'Littlelamb' I know you would like a set
for your craft group.  They sold out very quickly yesterday.
As soon as they are back in stock, hopefully beginning of next week,
I will let you know.

Today's project is a 'thinking of you' card using 
Get Well Soon Scalloped Circle - one of the Thoughtful Expression dies
arriving later this month designed by Marisa Job.

I found some beautiful Anna Griffin paper in my scrap box and 
used the die centre to cut a circle of blooms.
The scalloped circle die cut from pale green cardstock
and I added three flowers - this is from a die set, Window of Memories.


I chose not to use the 'Get Well Soon' lettering dies and instead stamped a sentiment
to the bottom corner - Altnew stamp set.


A very pretty die especially with the dotted edge detail,
Marisa's designs are always beautiful.


Get Well Soon Scalloped Circle is available to pre-order on the website here,
as mentioned it should be here by the end of the month.
The rest of this collection can be seen here, be warned it's very very very nice!

Take care friends and wishing you all a great start to the week.

3 comments:

Kitty Davies said...

Morning All.
Brrr, a very chilly one, so lovely to see a very pretty summery card.
Thank you it is so pretty.
take care Kitty.

hazel young said...

Beautiful card and die set. This would make a lovely sympathy card xx hazel

Maria Alder said...

Beautiful card Christine, love the paper you found in your scrap box :)
Maria x

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