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More Forever Friends

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I used the same layout as before but this time I downloaded the backing paper from Pink Petticoat Rainbow Doodles & Blooming Doodles - curly.


The inside of the card is decorated with balloon peel off stickers. I think decorating the inside of the cards is really effective and it is something that I will continue to do in the future.


Forever Friends

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Although the photo doesn't really show it, this Forever Friends image came from the "Let's Celebrate" Decoupage Card Kit. I mounted the image onto a panel that I embossed using the Happy Birthday embossing folder. The red and white checked backing paper comes from my stash.



After seeing many samples of cards on the DoCrafts gallery, I was inspired to decorate the inside of my card using the same backing paper as the front and the additional strawberry images from the decoupage sheet.

Blog candy - NOW CLOSED

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Michelle at http://cardgrotto.blogspot.com/ has this wonderful blog candy on offer to celebrate her birthday 25 May. Why not pop on over to her brilliant blog and leave a comment before 1730 GMT 25 May.

Friendship card

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This is the card that I made for the May Friendship swap for Sharon L, over on the DoCrafts forum. Caroljenks, the organiser, issued an optional challenge - to use the sketch (above) and two of the colours. As you can see, I used blue Core dinations card as the base colour along with Papermania Venetian Skies and yellow Pink Petticoat paper. The Forever Friends stamped image was a gift from a member of the DoCrafts forum (I am very sorry but I have forgotten who) - I coloured the bear with my Copic Caio pens and the flowers with Sakura glitter pens and adhered tiny star shaped adhesive stones to the centre of each flower and mounted the image onto a scalloped oval Nestabilities. The finishing touches are a Prima flower with adhesive stone in the middle.

Once I had decided to use Carol's layout and colours, it took me ages to decide which colours etc to use but now that it's finished I am really pleased with the outcome. I hope you like it too. Thank you Carol for organising th…