Sunday, 24 January 2016

Hang in there!

Hi Bloggers.

Here's today's card -

For the background, I ran a piece of Coconut White Card through the Spellbinders Platinum Machine with the Spellbinders Venetian M-Bossabilities Folder. I ran it through a second time to extend the design.

I cut some squares out of Coconut White Card and Black Card using Sue Wilson's Double Pieerced Squares and Double Pierced Squares Set B. I cut a Spellbinders Roundabout Cut, Fold & Tuck Die out of Foundations Paper twice and folded and tucked as shown.

I cut the smallest die in the Spellbinders Victorian Medallion Two Die Set out of the same paper.

I stamped the sentiment from the CE Tatty's Text Stamp Set onto Coconut White Card using Cobalt Archival and cut it out using a Spellbinders Victorian Tags Die. I cut the corresponding larger die out of Black Card.

I assembled the card as shown adding some 8mm Black Pearls and piercing around the edges using my Tim Holtz Ruler, Precision Probe and Piercing Mat.

I've completed loading the January release of Sue Wilson Dies to my website including new Stamps to Die For. You can find them here. 10% discount till midnight Friday 29th January. Stock due in tomorrow.

Thanks for stopping by.

Julia.
www.juliawattscrafts.co.uk
Free card with all website orders (ask for one in the comments box at checkout).
Deal of the Day today (24th January) - John Lockwood Stitched Heart Background only £4.99!

22 comments:

  1. Morning Julia.
    A lovely card Thank you.
    It is so versatile.
    Take care Kitty.

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  2. Morning Julia, a beautiful card.
    Nancyd xx

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  3. Hi Julia,
    You never cease to amaze me with your ideas. I used my vintage stamp yesterday with guilding flakes. One came out great but the other one not so good - back to practice my 3 second rule!
    Anne M xxx

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  4. Good morning Julia today's card is gorgeous I love the design. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  5. Brilliant card, love the design. Useful for any occasion.

    Michele

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  6. Lovely card. Am enjoying your use of all the Spellbinders dies.

    Teresa

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  7. Love this stunning card Julia thank you love June Horrocks xxxxx

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  8. Morning Julia, what a lovely card today x

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  9. I really should use patterned paper more for die cutting - it is so effective.

    Anne (Northampton)

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  10. Morning Julia,
    A lovely card.
    Lydia
    X

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  11. Morning Julia, smashing card today, I really like this one.

    Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

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  12. Beautiful card Julua. Thank you fir sharing.

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  13. Really lovely card Julia.
    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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  14. Morning Julia,
    This card would make a great 'man' card!!
    What is a 'precision probe' ??? It sounds very exciting!!
    Hugs
    Sandra xxx

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  15. Hi Julia,
    Beautiful Card I Love The Embossing Folder You've Used, Thank You So Much For Sharing I'm So Looking Forward To The Show's On Hochanda This Weekend
    It Gives Me Something To Look Foward To ...
    Hugs From Sam xxx
    ✂️ Carry On Creating ✂️

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  16. Hello Julia.

    I think this is great, it has a plaque appearance. A good male card,it would be great to keep out as a motivational piece. Thanks for sharing.

    Best wishes

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  17. Hi Julia,
    Simple but beautiful card today!
    Love Janet x
    from Wakefield

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  18. What a brilliant idea Julia....love it, a super super card....luv Ursula xx

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  19. I love the fold and tuck dies, Julia. Such a clever card.
    Jan
    Northampton

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  20. Sorry Julia - Credit card went into meltdown during the takeover weekend and the John Lockwood one day special. So no more purchases to be made at the moment - unless I win the lottery. I saw some of these new stamps and dies on another website a couple of hours ago and did wonder why I had never seen them before, thought they were trying to pull a fast one. Now I have seen them in your shop, I now know they were genuine.

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