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Saturday, 25 August 2012

Krafting away...

Good afternoon all...
Another mixed week weather wise, sun and rain most days here in West Sussex. My youngest daughter had her 9th Birthday so we went to 
Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World, which I have to say was very good.


I also made the top 3 over at I love promarkers...so Thank you to them for choosing my Annabelle and her birdhouse in the Garden challenge.


 
My card today is another card that I made for a leaving member of staff at school...

 The little butterflies were made using a heart punch as the wings and beads layed along the centre for the body with a touch of glitter.





 A great way to use up some of the off cuts that we crafters have laying around our craft room...I know I have a basket with lots of bags all sorted into colours.


I recently bought some kraft card so wanted to use some of that.

It was just a case of arranging them in a heart.
and some challenges...
A blog named Hero...use Kraft
Paper Crafting Journey...Anything Goes
Craft Your Days away...Anything Goes 
Hope you are having a great weekend..
More from me soon...
xxxxxx



12 comments:

  1. Wow Sally this art!!! Thanks for playing with us at A Blog Named Hero!!!

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  2. Love your Butterfly Heart. I did one with a Flower Heart, but like your outcome co much better. The staff member will cherish this card.

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  3. so sweet, i love the butterfly heart! thanks so much for playing along at A Blog Named Hero

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  4. How very creative, Sally! Love that you made the butterflies with the hearts and then created the heart shape - so pretty :)

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  5. This is cute and clever and so appropriate for one who is leaving. And such detail work!

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  6. Congratulations! That's a beautiful butterfly heart!

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  7. Congratulations! Love the heart and the butterfly trails!

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  8. What a gorgeous card! The beads and the glitter add such a pretty shimmer in amongst the beautiful patterns - and the heart shape really emphasises your sentiment. Congratulations on being a Heroine - very well deserved!

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  9. Love this card Sally! It has such a fun and cheerful feel to it. I'm certain that the person receiving it will feel very special indeed.

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  10. WOW! Brilliant work - love it! Just how long did it take though?

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  11. Gorgeous card. Thank you for sharing. From a crazy crafter from down-under!!

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