Just a note – variation


Today’s card is a variation (or CASE) on a challenge card I made about a year – the link is here.  I offered to donate a prize for a raffle and decided to make a variety of notecards in a box.  You’ve already seen one – the card to use up DSP and this was the second.  I simply added more colour to change it up:

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The sentiment is from the Watercolour Wishes stamp set and the butterfly stamps (outline and full shape) are from Garden in Bloom – both sets are carrying over to the new catalogue I’m very glad to say!  I stamped the outlines in Smoky Slate and then added colour from bottom left as follows:  Cucumber Crush, Island Indigo, Perfect Plum, Rich Razzleberry and Sweet Sugarplum.  All quite jewel-like and suitable for butterflies, I thought!  The sentiment is stamped in Rich Razzleberry.

That’s it!  Like it?  To place an order just click on the “Shop with Me” button to the right and don’t forget to use the host code – UDS3QBUK – if your order is less than £150 to receive an extra gift from me.  Over £150 don’t use it as you’ll get the rewards to spend and you’ll still get the gift from me.

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Finally, don’t forget we are taking bookings for our Summer Luxury Craft Retreat on Saturday 10th June See more about it here or on my Wiltshire Luxury Craft Retreats page.

See you at the weekend!


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