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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Wild Purple Rose (by Clare)

 

Hello, everyone! I hope you are well, and warm!

Here's a card made with the Chocolate Baroque stamps, Wild Rose Sprig, Big Bold Background Belle Flowers and the Words of Gratitude sets. Very detailed, yet very easy to use. You'll love 'em!


Wild Rose Sprig Unmounted Single Clear stamp
     Big Bold Background Belle Flowers Unmounted Single Rubber stamp

Words of Gratitude Unmounted Rubber stamp sheet - A6



I heat embossed the Belle Flower background in white, then sponged
some ink over the flowers.







Thanks for stopping by! Take care, and Happy Stamping!  And, stay cool!









































5 comments:

  1. That is very pretty - love the different shades of purple with the white & then the way the green of the leaves contrasts. Your paper piercing of the circular panel is delightful & I particularly like the card fold you used.
    Paula (PEP)

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  2. Gorgeous design Clare ! Have a great day, Shirleyxx

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  3. A stunning card Clare! Loving the colours.
    Gill x

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  4. Hi Clare have been thinking about you, sorry not been in touch have lost your e mail address. Love your card it's stunning. Your colouring is beautiful and a very clever shaped card. Take care. Love and Hugs x ChrisB

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  5. Hi Clare! Just stopping by to say hi! I hope you are doing ok my friend! Your cards are always beautiful and this one is stunning with your most gorgeous coloring and layout!
    hugs,
    Grace

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