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Sweet Treats

I bet you are all fed up of seeing halloween cards by now but I love the fact that you can use such wacky colour combinations and get away with it.
Here is todays creation

There is a video on my YouTube Channel
Card Making Supplies Black Slimline Card Base Distress Ink in Mowed Lawn, Fossilised Amber, Cracked Pistachio  Spectrum Noir Finesse In  Rustic Brown Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers Torn Rectangle Nesting Die Black Card White Card Heffy doodle Slimline Stitched Die Clearly Besotted Sweet Treats Nesting Die  Versamark Embossing ink Embossing Powder in White Nuvo Drops in Caribbean Ocean
Card Making Tutorial
A piece of white card is cut with the slimline die and blended with possible amber

Around the edges is blended with cracked Pistachio 

The very edges is then blended with mowed lawn

The images are stamped, coloured and fussy cut out. These are then adhered directly into the card panel

A piece of black card is cut with the torn rectangle nesting die and heat embossed with the sentiment. This was adh…

Feeling Frightful

A vibrant get well soon for anyone feeling under the weather. Now schools are back I can not help but feel that our little tiddlers are going to be getting every bug under the sun. We have spent months cleaning everything to within an inch of its life and I do wonder if this will effect natural immunity to common school bugs. I therefore plan to stockpile this card. It is a little difficult to read on the picture but the sentiment readsSorry to hear you are feeling frightful Hope you feel better soon

There is a video on my YouTube Channel Mrs H's Crafty Corner

Card Making Supplies  Distress ink in Wilted Violet, Abandoned Coral and Spiced MarmaladeClearly Besotted Fall Fun Stamp Set  Clearly Besotted Treats Please Stamp Set Clearly Besotted Balloon Bunch Halloween Stamp Set Clearly Besotted Creepy Corners Stamp Set Black and orange Sequins Wow Embossing Powder in ebony Versamark  Clear Dew drops
Card making tutorial
A piece of A5 card was blended with the distress inks

The sentiment (from cree…