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August 19, 2007


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Lovely card, clean and refreshing. I just wondered, do you cut your ribbon edges flush with the card edge or do you wrap them around a little?Exx


beautiful card :) I should really make more of my own!


Hi Eleanor, I just snip the edges flush with the edge of my card. I have two sets of small very sharp fiskars scissors and one set is kept solely for ribbons so they stay super sharp and give a clean cut.


oh this is lovely and thanks for the scissors tip!

Alexandra McNicol

Thats such a sweet card.I'm currently in the middle of putting together a box of cards for my Nan as her Christmas present. I've secretly gone through her calender and written down all her birthdays and anniversaries and I'm going to cards for them, as well as a couple of random ones!


Andrea, you are very naughty, because now I'm thinking I need to invest in some nice stamps :D Lovely card, will definitely have a go at making a batch of these (once I have some stamps, of course!!)

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