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A wedding set I've just finished. I used the same stamp behind the vellum printed words (I did that on the laser printer), on the envelope & on the card to request no presents. The bow has a small, open, sliver heart hanging from it with embroidery floss. I used the largest size of Nestabilities Labels 8 for the stamped & vellum pieces & then traced & hand cut the grey CS border piece. The white back piece is embossed with an EF.

Next time I do this card (it is actually one of my own), I would put some real sparkle on the tutu's & I would probably have a ceiling. I think there is too much of a "mirrored" surface.

I stamped with Versamark ink first, then embossed with an Oval Nestabilities die & stamped the flower with StazOn ink & coloured it with Derwent Inktense pencils. I embossed two straight lines at the top & bottom of the card, just wide enough to hold a 6 strand piece of embroidery floss, & glued in my floss.

Drummed Pearls Tiger :- Perfect Pearls & liquid starch, so simple to do & it gives you a lovely shimmery background that you can stamp on, that won't rub off.

Another card for the hospital box. This one was stamped & embossed in white before I did any inking or stamping of the script words. I stamped the sentiment & then carefuly tore it along the top & inked the edges to help them stand out.

This was one card from a set of 3 that I did in a class at Bellbird Paper Arts last week (18/6/2015). I added an extra feather (the one on the far left). I then gave this card, on behave of the craft group at church to one of our groups husband, (as she has now gone home to be with our Lord). It's a combination of Dyna-Flow inks & a water & Perfect Pearl mix (for that subtle bit of sparkle, just perfect for a guy's card).