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Hi everyone,

Hope you're staying safe from bushfires or flooding rains. This sunburnt country sure is giving us a dose of everything this month and my heart goes out to anyone directly affected by our wild summer weather.

Over the last week or so, I've had a bit more of a play with the Sale-a-bration products - loving the colours in the Designer Series Paper and ribbon & button pack, and wanted to try a new technique too.

These two cards are done with the same Sycamore Street Designer Series Paper, Pool Party and Calypso Coral Cardstock and some masking with the actual stamping, as well as some masking with the framelit. Loving trying out that new technique.

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The card on the left with Indigo Island Cardstock & ink uses the World Treasures Stamp set, and the lighter card on the right uses stamps from a set called Take Care, and the Hello greeting stamp from the Pretty Petites Stamp set, punch with the Petite Curly Label punch.

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The Tangerine Tango ribbon & button are from the Sycamore Street Ribbon & Button Pack - a Sale-a-bration free gift.

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I've also been lucky enough to have a play with some of the sneak peak products from the new Seasonal Mini Catalogue which comes out on the 1st February.  I'll show you some of those fun cards in the coming week too.

Well, once again, stay safe!

Catch you soon,



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Kylie Bertucci

Love island indigo!! Great cards Kathryn. I want to have a play with that peacock! Stunning.

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