Creative Elements Cards
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Creative Elements Card . . . continued.

Some more samples from my 2011-2012 Ideas Book & Catalogue launch . . .

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Crumb Cake ink and Card, Soft Suede Card & Early Espresso Ink, butterfly from Creative Elements inked with Stampin' Write Markers and stamped on Very Vanilla cardDecorative Label Punch for the extra layer behind the butterfly (I can hear my stampin' friends laughing from here!).

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Direct to rubber inking with the Stampin' Write Markers is one of my favourite techniques - you get so many options this way!

My next sample also uses the lovey butterfly from Creative Elements, but I have added a clear embossed background using the amazing Parlour Prints background stamp.

Creative Elements & Parlour Prints Notebook

There's also a new border punch in there - the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch. That's a mouthful isn't it? But what a great punch!

I've also used the colour spritzer tool and a spray of Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint on each of the butterflies to add a little interest.

Creative Elements & Parlour Prints Notebook 2

I love how this simple Cherry Cobbler folder holds a pen and notepaper for my shopping lists or to do list, that just slots neatly into the pocket in my handbag!  Very easy to make.

Have you seen the new catalogue yet? I have just updated my class and events page with a couple more events, so please check them out. I'd love to see you there if you're able.


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