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2009-09-21 09:23
The Happy birthday stamp is from Impressive stamps Australia. I stamped on acetate with stazon jet black ink pad. Cut out hole for message in base card then in 1st contrasting card then matc… Read More
2009-09-21 09:22
flowers are from Petaloo. Happy birthday stamp is from Impressive stamps Australia. I stamped the happy birthday on card and used my sliders die with my cuttlebug. Organdie ribbon to attach… Read More
2009-09-21 08:56
Flowers from Hot off the Press Citrus flowers. Ribbon from Big W sorry don't know the brand.Best Wishes gold peel off coloured with permanent coloured sharpie Read More
2009-09-21 08:50
The flowers are from Hot of the press citrus flowers. The large brad is also Hot of the press.Hard to see the pale yellow paper with blue dots but it is there. I mounted the sentiment on m… Read More
2009-09-21 08:42
This is a Kaisercraft stamp. The edges of the squares are punched with Carl Punch CP1 circle Read More
2009-09-21 08:37
The stamp for this card is from Impressive stamps Australia. Inked with black versa pad and embossed with clear embossing powder. I used the floral borders die in my cuttlebug to get the dia… Read More
2009-09-10 21:35
You will need the Zoo Animals cuttlebug die 2 x 2 set of 4. It is very fiddly but well worth the effort Read More
2009-09-09 05:12
Today a new cutter arrived. It is produced by Birch and is intended for the Double Do machine but it works well with the Cuttlebug. I folded a piece of dark green card and placed the cutter… Read More
2009-09-08 05:16
The background for this card was made by using the Cuttlebug Perfectly Paisley embossing folder. The diamonds were made with a Carl CP-21 square punch and double sided paper. The winged hor… Read More
2009-09-03 03:51
Base card is white. I used the swiss dots embossing folder in my cuttlebug to emboss pink card. To fill up the whole card you have to emboss a couple of times and pop out the flattened dots… Read More

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