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Australian Simply Cards

I have had some wonderful expressions of interest from my advert in the January edition of Australian Simply Cards. Thank you everyone. The response has been overwhelming.

These are the cards that were placed in the ad so I thought I would tell you a bit about them, the dies used and the prices of these dies. 

Firstly though, let me explain, I am a very small business at present, running from a shop on my property. I carry small quantities of stock, but continually order more stock in, so if I don't have something I will get it ASAP. I don't currently have a website with products on but you can sign up to my newsletter  and I will send out updates as stock arrives. Simply send me an email to to request to join my mailing list. 

Now onto the cards:

This card is made using the Sue Wilson Caribbean Island Background die. I have cut it in ivory cardstock and teamed it up with some Pion Designs Paris Flea Market papers. 
The die retails for $33.95. Unfortunately it is out of stock and I'm unable to get any at this time. 

This card is made using the Sue Wilson Lattice Arched Adornment die.
I have cut it four times and glued it behind a Spellbinders Square frame.
This die retails for $19.95. 

These cards are made using the Sue Wilson Vienna die from the Austrian collection. 
Again I have teamed it up with some Pion Designs papers from the Paris Flea Market collection.
This die retails for $28.95.

This card is made with the Sue Wilson Ornate Pierced Rectangles. 
This card is a large one, being an A5 size card (A4 folded in half).
Teamed up with an image from  Pion Designs Shoreline Treasures.
This is a large die and retails for $45.95.
I don't have these in stock but can order them in. 

Finally this card is made with the Marianne Designs Embossing folder and die set called Lattice.
I have 1 of these in stock for $17.95

The tulip bouquet is from Memory Box and retails for $22.50


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Hit the open road with the retro style Young at Heart CollectionThis collection is available from October 11th. Please get your pre-orders to me  prior to the 11th.

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