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May 26, 2011


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Lynne V

Wow, you are a speedy card maker.
Lovely cards, I hope they both like them.


I'm not a huge Cardmaker either. Love the fact these are speedy to make and effective too. tfs


Great cards, bright and modern. I think half the battle is being able to lay your hands on your supplies quickly, without a 3 hour search to locate everything you need, *roll eyes*.


Really love the colouring you have done on the scalloped squares......hope you don't mind me asking but how was that done?


Hi Viv, Thanks for the lovely comment.
I used my Sizzix die cutting machine & the Quickutz cookie cutter scalloped square dies, you get three sizes in a pack, however it is possible to do it without a die cutting machine, draw a square onto the back of some paper or card then draw the small scallops around the edge, I tend to start by drawing a circle over each of the 4 corners first, then draw in the little scallops, if it looks a bit uneven when it's been cut out I just doodle stitching around the edges, it draws the eye away from any imperfections :D Hope that helps.

Debbie Roberts

Lovely cards x

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