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Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Stamping and Prick-and-Stitch Combination.

A very warm hallo there to all you talented crafters! Hope your week is going smoothly so far and that you are getting lots of crafting done. My rubberstamp mojo has gone on an extended holiday - again!! - so I am trying to keep myself busy with all sorts of other crafts.

Just wanted to show you a card I quickly put together this morning. I had the image stamped and colored for some time, but did not get around to making a card with it yet. I got this prick and stitch pattern freebie from Marianne design a while ago and after I finished working it last night, I thought of my already colored image and put the card together this morning. I am rather happy with the result. The stamp is from Flourishes.

Well, that is all for today. Thank you so much for visiting again and please know that I love and appreciate all your kind comments.

Enjoy the rest of your week!

11 comments:

  1. Your card turned out beautifully. I love sweet peas, they always remind me of my mother.

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  2. baie mooi, wonder wat het ek met my stamped sweetpeas gedoen?? hmmmm,,,,

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  3. This is beautiful ~ sweet peas were always one of my favourites although it's too cold to grow them where I live now!

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  4. Wat een schitterend kaartje

    gr hetty

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  5. A lovely card Amanda.

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  6. A stunning card Amanda, love the sweet peas. Reminds me of my childhood.

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  7. Lovely card Amanda - my very favorite flower, as you know! I see another company has just released a sweet pea image - Flourishes is still the very best one I have seen.
    Hope Mojo is back for a while!!
    Hugz

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  8. Gorgeous card. Love the embroidery swirl.
    Hugs
    Desire

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  9. Beautiful! This must have taken a lot of work! Love the stitching.

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  10. Amanda, what a lovely card! You did a wonderful job with the coloring! I love Sweet Peas!

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  11. I love the prick and stitch pattern... and the card is so feminine and pretty.

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