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Thursday, 31 May 2012

Best of British - Day 14

Well, down to the last few days now of our fabulous Best of British Event at the Crafty Ribbons Inspiration Blog.

Today we are showcasing:



Dies to Die for was started in March 2004 by Kirsty Wiseman. In July 2006 it was taken over by Tracy Kendall.

We don't just sell die cuts, in addition to these great shapes, we have embellishments, stickers and,rubber stamps.
Not only do we try and bring you a large selection of well known die cuts, but we also carry our own exclusive designs. Remember, you saw them here first.
The site is updated every few days and stock regularly changes.
Once a month you can join in our competition . You can join the mailing list to receive our newsletter, or check my blog to see details of our next competition or to keep up with our ever changing stock



Dies to Die for have very kindly given the following prize for one of you lucky people to win....

*NEW* Die-namics Mini Royal Roses


Die-namics Royal Leaves
So here is the card I made for today:
So I have used a Greeting Farm image called Fairy Eva and coloured her with my copics.  She is matted onto a die cut using my nestabilities, all of which are available from Dies to Die for, and I have added buttons and ribbons available from Crafty Ribbons.
I sprayed the whole image with Spray and Sparkle Silver to compliment the sentiment.
I hope you like her.
Don't forget, you will only have two days left after today to claim your free P&P (on orders over £7) by using the code in the little badge above.  Go on, you know you need more ribbons.

All you need to do is leave your name with Inlinkz on the Inspiration blog HERE,only one entry per person please to make it fair for everyone...
So folks see you tomorrow for the penultimate day of our brilliant Best of British Event.
TTFN
xxx

2 comments:

  1. Pretty card, love the lace...

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  2. Loving all the bling, it has worked really well.
    Hugs Ali x

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