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Sunday, 29 July 2012

Day 2 Crafting for Gold

Morning everyone.
Sorry this post is a little late.  I decided to have a lie in this morning and promptly forgot all about posting my card.  Still better late than never eh??
So today is Day 2 of our fabulous Crafting for Gold Event over at the Crafty Ribbons Inspiration Blog.


Indigo Blu

Quintessentially English rubber stamps, with unique and highly detailed deep etched designs – all made in England.... IndigoBlu is a web based Company who supply their fabulous stamps and products to lots of Brick & Mortar shops...It is based in Retford,Nottinghamshire and is run by a Husband & Wife team....

Please checkout their fabulous stamps on their IndigoBlu website.
So here is my creation for today's event:
I have used the Anemone Corner from Indigo Blu and stamped it twice onto white card.
I have then coloured both images the same with my Prismacolour Pencils and adhered them to my card base.
Next I used my doily die cut and chalked around the edge and then cut two butterflies from matching papers using my Shapeabilities. I sprayed the top butterfly with Silver Spray and Sparkle from Crafter's Companion.
I am so pleased with how this card has turned out and I hope that you like it to.
Don't forget to stop by the Crafty Ribbons Pure Inspiration blog and add your name to the Linky at the bottom of the post to be in with the chance of winning a fabulous prize from today's sponsor - Indigo Blu.
If you have never been to their website, trust me you really should.  They have some spectacular goodies and I think you will find it hard to come away without spending something!!
So remember to stop by



3 comments:

  1. oh wow this is stunning hun the detail is amazing love it hugs Cherylxxxx

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  2. WOWWWW Dawn this is stunning, wow, those flowers are so beautiful so is the butterfly, it is funny because I have just finished watching Indigo Blu on Create and craft.
    hugs
    Lorraine x

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  3. Wow hun this is super, love how you have used the stamp as the background. Loving the shaped butterfly too.

    Hugs Ali x

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