Sunday, 5 February 2012

More Hopeful Thoughts


Am living in a winter wonderland right now so really should have something snowy to show you but I don’t, I am staying with the sympathy theme.  I made this card recently for one of my team members who had suffered a loss within the family. I wanted to keep it pretty plain but, because she’s a stamper, thought I could risk a few pearls to add a touch of elegance. Of course, this design could be made for any occasion, and there are lots of greetings which could be substituted using Curly Cute. It's a gorgeous set and one of my favourites at the moment - can't believe I held off buying it for so long. 

If you invested in both of these stamp sets in wood-mount, it would come to £46.90, earning you a Sale-a-Bration stamp set or Designer Series Paper. If you chose the clear-mount version of Curly Cute (Hopeful Thoughts is only available in wood), you could add the Basic Pearls for a total of £47.40 to earn yourself a freebie. Click here for more details. 

Stamps: Hopeful Thoughts, Curly Cute
Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Not Quite Navy, Confetti White
Ink: Crumb Cake, Not Quite Navy
Accessories: Basic Pearls

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2 comments:

  1. Love this stamp and the pearls have finished it off perfectly

    Sylvia x

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  2. Beautiful and elegant! Hope you're not getting too much snow!

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