Friday, 24 April 2015

Painted Petals thank you card

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At last I have a project to show you. I’ve learned two things over the past couple of weeks and they are:
  1. I should take pictures of my projects as I make them.
  2. I should not be trusted with a fancy phone. At the very least, I should (and now do) keep it in a very sturdy case.
I’ll let you fill in the gaps. Suffice to say, I am now once again with camera/phone and can take pictures to my heart’s content. 

Friday night was the final party for my Virtual Hostess Club… well, for this round at least. I’m now taking names for a new club to start when the new catalogue comes out, so please shout up if you’d like some information. You don’t need to live near me as, thanks to the hostess code system, we can have it shipped to separate addresses (£4.95 shipping).

I showed the ladies the Painted Petals stamp set, which proved very popular. I kept the Make & Take really simple, using Whisper White Note Cards and Envelopes as the base, and just a splash of Blackberry Bliss cardstock as a mat. The panel looks like DSP but it’s stamped. 

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