Stampin' Up! UK demonstrator Peg Coombes

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Saturday, 4 February 2012

Scallop Envelope Die 3 x 3 notes

Hooray it's the weekend and back home, I have to say I really appreciate home as some of you may know I travel quite a bit with my job and this past week took me to Glasgow and Wakefield, I would normally fly to Glasgow but I had a job the day after in Wakefield so it was best to drive. as far as the traffic and weather was concerned it was uneventful, what I mean is no hold ups with the traffic.  It was such a pretty drive along the M74 on the way up to Glasgow some snow on the hills but just a cold frosty but sunny day.

We are forecast some snow today but later on and I'm home for the day in the warm and have a class, so I am looking forward to that.

I managed to get this picture during the evening in Glasgow it looked very impressive all lit up but I have to say I didn't go on it!!! too scared for those sort of things but when I was younger you wouldn't have stopped me! I loved the rides at the fair but I guess since I have got older I realise what could go wrong.........I know this isn't like a fair ride though and it does move quite slowly so maybe... one day.....


I made this little 3 x 3 notecard holder this morning and it holds some thank you cards and the little 3x3 envelopes to match.


It used the Stampin' Up! Scallop Envelope Die and I decorated the front with a punch out from the new Large 2.3/8" Scallop Punch

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The Thanks sentiment is also from a FREE set of stamps called Outlined Occasions

I'm sure if I had more time I could colour all the words in with my Stampin' Write markers but for now I have to do some last minute bits for my class


Hope you manage to get some crafting done today and keep warm!

Until next time .......... Have a great day!

2 comments:

  1. Hi Peg, Love this little box of cards,they are so cute!! You should have gone on the wheel we went on it, both in Birmingham and Plymouth and the views were fantasic. Must now try and get to Glasgow before it moves on as I would love to see my home town from the top xx

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  2. Hi Peg ,
    I'm with you on the wheel ! Absolutely too risky !!!
    I like your tiny thank you cards; so sweet and cute. The SAB stash is so lovely this year, there's not one that I don't like.
    Keep warm and take care,angersa Hugs Jane x

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