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Chalk Talk Thank you Card using scraps of paper.

Today's quick card was made using up some strips of Pink Pirouette paper from the DSP paper stacks (love the new patterns in these especially the Chevron!). 

Pink and grey thanks

I just flagged the ends with my paper snips, and layered them onto a paper doiley which was stuck onto a base card of Smokey Slate. The front of the card had been embossed with our Chevron embossing folder. The tag is from Chalk Talk (get this at 15% off) and the colours I have used are Smokey Slate, Pink Pirouette and Coastal Cabana.

Hope you have a happy and creative week. I am having fun today putting together my samples and free crd kits for the 3 projects I send my 'by mail' stamp/hostess cub ladies each month. LOVE how this months projects are turing out! Lots of gold and silver. My next 'by mail' club starts in November if you would like to receive the 3 complimentary projects each month (instructions AND the cardstock and embellishments for each project) and the minimum $50 free merchandise. All the details here.

Be back tomorrow with more creations,

Claire

 

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Sharnee Torrents

What a gorgeous card Claire!! Hello lovely, you sure have been making some pretty things in your craft space!!
Hope that you are wonderful and enjoying all that SPring has to offer (especially your garden!!! My tulips have just come up!!)
Smiles and hugs Sharnee :)

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