Stampin' Up! UK demonstrator Peg Coombes

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Thursday, 4 July 2013

Stampin' Up! Happy Day


 Happy Day and it's Thursday and it's really quite early, I woke again at 3 am and just like the night before couldn't go back to sleep!

I wonder why this happens? yesterday I tried and tried to go back to sleep and then when it's time to get up I dozed off ..... well that wasn't going to happen today because I got up and am now sitting in my craft room writing this.....

and what a pretty bright card I have to show you today

I used the Happy Day stamp set and the lovely designer paper is Gingham Garden

The gingham in the middle is the Gingham wheel, I wheeled away and then discovered the designer paper actually has 12x12 sheets of the exact pattern! so I could have used a small piece of that.... oh well I have that to use for something else eh?


the bottom is embossed with Delicate Designs embossing folder and cut with the corresponding Large Scallop edgelit 


the happy day was cut using the oval framelits and topped onto one of the frames from the Label collection

Last but not lease Daffodil Delight stitched ribbon and a few rhinestone jewels

That's it for today all products used are Stampin' Up!
if you would like to order any of the products used to make this card? I would be pleased to place your order for you

Until next time ......... it's probably going to be a long day!

5 comments:

  1. Oh Peg, that is a very pretty card indeed! C x

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  2. Morning Peg , this is such a bright cheery little card - so sweet and pretty ! Have a lovely day xxxx

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  3. Hi Peg, What a lovely summery card, really cheers you up with such bright colours xx

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  4. What a very very pretty card! I love the summery colours

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  5. love the gingham garden paper - it compliments the weather we are having a present best wishes lesley x

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