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Picnic Time & Chapter One


I have two cards to show you this time. This first one is a cute little card using Parisian Motifs & Parisian Accents dies from Spellbinders. These were fairly new dies when we made this card in class. I have also used Spellbinders Ribbon Banners die for the sentiment with a Kaisercraft stamp. The image in the centre is from Yvonne's Creations 3D Sheet CD10155 and the designer paper is from Girl's Paperie. It is the reverse side of "Cottage Vine".

The second card I have to show you is a gorgeous design from Jenelle. It's a side step card and uses the beautiful papers from Kaisercraft called "Chapter One". The colours and designs in this range are so nice!


This is the side view of the card.



The flowers were made again using the Chapter One paper and the Marianne Creatables Rolled Rose die LR0162 - available for $17.50. I do like these rolled roses! They are so easy to make and look great.



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