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Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Only words...

Hi everyone. Another scheduled post as we are still away.

Yesterday was Valentine's Day and so I'm sharing this card I made for my husband:


I made the card base and cut all the embellishments using my Scan n Cut which I finally got repaired last week after 3 months. I can't blame the Customer Services- I was very slow to send it off, which I think is mainly due to the fact I never really got to grips with the machine. However over the last two weeks I've made an effort to watch YouTube videos and a Mel Heaton DVD and now feel much more confident using it.

I made the card base from Hunkydory pearlescent Adorable Scorable by 'welding' the letters to two rectangles. I have even saved the pattern to my machine to save guess work if I use it again!


The papers I have used are Crafter's Companion Sara Davies Love and Romance papers and I have used HD Mirri card from the 50 Shades Darker range for the letters. The words are cut from Adorable Scorable and come from the patterns on my Scan n Cut.

Thank you for visiting today x


9 comments:

KarinsArtScrap said...

beautiful Cathy
Gr Karin

Deepti Aggarwal said...

This is so beautiful..bit different from your style..love it..

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Cathy this is a gorgeous card. I love the design. Enjoy the rest of your holiday we love it there it is so much fun. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Linda Simpson said...

Morning Cathy, this is gorgeous, love the design.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Andree said...

A gorgeous card Cathy. Your design is fabulous. I hope you've all had a wonderful time away xx

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Love this card design. So lovely

Shabneez said...

Great design Cathy - glad the machine is fixed and you're able to get more use out of it. Shabneez x

Sue said...

Hi Cathy, This is a really beautiful card design. I love that template and you have put everything together perfectly
Hope all is well.
love from Sue...xxx

Kathy said...

This looks fantastic Cathy - how clever you are to make it - and I guess now you'll be able to use the same technique for loads of other words too.

I bet you OH was impressed!