Only one week to go and we are off to Canberra. I am traveling up with my good friend Sue, and we will meet the others up there. We have our bags half packed, and our swaps nearly completed.
Sue and I will then travel to Tassie, for a well earned holiday, (we think anyway) No husbands, just the two of us and our credit cards.
I have done a couple of cards in the past week so thought I better show them to you. I cased the idea from splitcoaststampers and changed it a little. Thank you flatfish paper arts.
Stamp Sets: Inspired by nature, Close as a memory
Cardstock: Real Rust, Barely Banana, Basic Black and Very Vanilla
Ink: Real Rust, More Mustard, Creamy Caramel, Versa Mark
Accessories: circle cutter, black e/b powder, heat gun, sponges, tool kit, organza gold ribbon SU retired ribbon, dimensionals
This next card, I made for my daughter and future son-in-law, for there engagement. they spent 8 years on the Gold Coast and have come home, so thought I would make something to remind them of their past 8 years. I saw this as a scrap page and change it into a card thanks to
Stamp Sets: Seaside, Together Forever
Cardstock: Sage Shadow, Whisper White, Taken with Teal & Bordering Blue
Accessories: SU retired ribbon, white gel pen, dimensionals, eyelets, natural twine, stamp and write markers, aqua painter
All products used are from Stampin' Up!
Hope you like them, Thanks for looking,
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