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Sunday, 1 April 2012

Flower Cross Card by Debbie

As my love of stamping has grown over the years I have looked at stamps in a different light hoping to get as much out of them as I can.
I wanted to create a border from the flower cross from the Easter Traditions stamps.

My card is an 8x8 and I started by dividing the the four sides in half and putting a pencil line. I then put a dot in the centre to help me line up the crosses. I apologise as I can't remember which ink I used for the background crosses, it's a pinky/peach colour. I trimmed the background and layered onto brown card. The cross in the centre was stamped with Versafine Vintage Sepia a few times and decoupaged. The squares of coloured card are from my stash of Alcohol inks papers.

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  1. beautiful Debbie - and I love the colours

  2. Absolutely fantastic Debbie such a lovely use of this beautiful cross.Suexxx

  3. Really Inspiring. It's so delicate. Love it!

  4. That is a stunning card Debbie.


  5. What a great idea for the border, thanks for sharing

  6. Wow Debbie, this is stunning, I love the way you've made the border. The whole card has a very soft feel to it.

    Sue x

  7. This is a stunning creation - I know what you mean about seeing different ways of using stamps too. That's what I love about CB stamps & you've demonstrated that beautifully with this.
    Paula (PEP)

  8. Very beautifull creation, you did the background very nice to use the cross at a different way, very beautiful colours too!!



  9. This is a beautiful card and I love how you have created the border with the cross stamp too

    Jackie x

  10. Beautiful card Debbie. What a creative idea to use part of the cross for the border ! Thanks for the inspiration. Cheers, Shirley

  11. Very beautiful.

  12. Lovely Debbie
    Happy craftin


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