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Saturday, 12 January 2008

A card by Andrea

I have had a lovely day stamping and painting up some gorgeous Magnolia and Sugar Nellie images but didn't put a card together so nothing of my own to show today. I did receive this beautiful card from Andrea (I know you all know her), the other day so thought I would share it with you. Andrea is an amazing stamper with the widest range of stamps I have ever known and she always colours perfectly. It is even more perfect in real life! Did you get your Magnolia stamped cards in for the challenge? Deadline is 12pm tomorrow! Get ready for the next challenge which will be posted around that time too! Can't wait!

11 comments:

leann said...

errr, you'll be seeing even more of that paper tomorrow...i seem to have got slightly obsessed with it this week!!!

lovely card, isn't she clever? ;)

My Paper World said...

Andrea's cards are gorgeous! Lucky you!

Marlou said...

awwwww, how sweet of her Deb!!! her cards are beautiful, and isn't it lovely to receive happy mail instead of bills {lol} enjoy the rest of your weekend!! im up late blogging {lol} xx

CraftyC said...

Tis a gorgeous card!
Clairexx

Marlou said...

Hi, Deb, me again, im used to being married now and really enjoy sharing my life with Craig, my new surname is McAlees, and my old name was McCrea so still a Mc, It goes well I think, so far I haven't written the wrong name {lol}. I love blog hopping round all the crafty blogs round the world it amazes me that no two persons talented are the same, anyhow I shall say goodnight lol
Talk tom, when i pop over :) xx

ScrapMomOf2 said...

This is gorgeous! You're right about Andrea! I love checking her blog to see what she's come up with! Her cards are gorgeous! Then again, so are yours!

I love the Mini Monograms cartridge on the Cricut JUST for the circle scallop and the square scallop. (I don't actually like the letters on that cartridge too much.) It cuts the shadow of both too. It also has a stitched and dot feature for both. I don't know if it would necessarily eliminate the need for Nestabilities (of which I have NONE), but it works for me for now!

ScrapMomOf2 said...

Oops, forgot to mention that yes, you can cut the scallop shapes in any size that the Cricut cuts.

ger76 said...

Beautiful card hun love the colours :)

ink'n'rubba said...

Hi Deb, love your card for this weeks challenge, it's nice to see Tilda grown up! And yes, I did do a tutorial for the slider card on my blog a while back, but maybe if I write it up seperately you could add it as a little extra on Tilda and Co - what do you think?

Kim Hughes said...

ohhhh,, love these colors...great card!!

Rose Ann said...

This is just as cute as can be!! Love that image and your pretty colors!