Saturday, 9 April 2011

A winner... and a colourful card


First of all an announcement... the winner of the prize draw following last weekend's Mini Catty launch is... Hazel P! Hazel was delighted to hear this news and is looking forward to playing with her new Itty Bitty Bits stamp set. Congratulations, Hazel. 

Today's project is the first card I made using the Big Shot – it’s so much fun and perfect for a beautiful spring day like today. It’s a simple card but I needed quite a few of them. This butterfly Embosslits die is perfect for using up all your little scraps of cardstock – there’s really no reason to throw anything away any more!

Cardstock: Various Brights, Shimmery White
Accessories: Elegant Bouquet embossing folder, Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die, Big Shot, Basic Pearls

All products by Stampin’ Up!®            

5 comments:

  1. Love these simple cards, will try to demonstrate one at my workshop this afternoon, the hostess already knows she wants the machine!

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  2. Oh, these are so pretty Helen! Would you mind if I CASE them for my workshop next weekend? xx

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  3. I love these cards. They are so fresh and springy!

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  4. Hi Helen, thank you for letting me CASE your card for my workshop! You can see the result on my blog at http://beeskneescrafts.blogspot.com. x

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  5. Goreous cards Helen, you picked some great colours.

    Buffy

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