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Here are a few more cards that we've made.

This first one is an anniversary card. The paper is from Pink Paislee and the inspiration for this one was the Nellie Snellen heart die. The 3D is from Le Suh and again I've used a Grommet Tag from Spellbinders. The stamp is from JustRite Stamps. I've inked the card with Versamagic Tea Leaves ink.

This one was inspired by two cards that I saw using the (then) new Marianne's Designables. I took both ideas and combined them into my own design. I just LOVE these embossing folders - the designs are gorgeous and they look so elegant. This one is a simple black and white card made on pearl cardstock. The ladies head is a Marianne's Creatables die cut in white and then cut out of black card. I've added black and silver rhinestons to finish it off.

Another one inspired by the Marianne's Designables and one of my favourite 3D's - Miniature ladies from Le Suh. This one is just on plain white cardstock with a raspberry splash Bazzill cardstock behind it. Black and white roses finish it off and you can't see it but I have also added Stickles to all the dots around the centre of the embossing.

For this one I was inspired by the Joy! Crafts pocket dies. I've used Co'ordinations cardstock, which has been inked and sanded. The flower is a Marianne's Creatables die and the border punch is a Martha Stewart design.


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