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Friday, 16 March 2012

Happy Birthday Anita!

We celebrated the birthday of my dear friend and fellow crafter Anita at our recent crop held at Cardinal Colours. It's not her birthday until next week, but thought I would share this with you.

I made Anita a twisted easel card using a 6" x 6" K and Co. paper pad and a Craftwork Cards card blank. They seemed perfect for this spring birthday.

A Lili of the Valley stamp

The flowers were from a Godiva Easter egg, I added decorative pins, punched leaves, ribbon roses, organza ribbon and glitter.

Lots of flat backed pearls in yellow and flat backed gems in green.

I coloured the image with Promarkers
honeycomb, apricot, oatmeal, ivory, buttercup, lemon, tulip, pastel blue, apple, leaf, bright green, cinnamon, gold cool grey 1, dusky pink, metallic silver and the blender.

The image was stamped onto digital quality white card with Memento ink. The card and Bazzill mount were cut with the Lacy Labels cartridge and the Cricut.

I'm entering this card into The Passion for Promarker's Yellow and Pearls challenge 140.

I also made Anita one of my calico aprons and this is what her name looks line on the front.

Hope you have a great birthday Anita.



  1. I adore my card Hun, thank you so much xx

  2. great seeing you at the crop. Lovely cards, hope to see you again soon


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