Wednesday, 8 October 2008

Pink and Chocolate Flourish Card

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Here is a card I made using paper sent to me in a RAK from Creations By Copse.

I stamped a flourish from Kaisercraft around the border of the base card and used old paper distress embossing powder so it would match the colour on the patterned paper. I then added the chocolate patterned paper to a square of pearlescent card and glued on some rhinestones using Pritt gel glue.

card rhinestones embossing powder make

I have only recently found out about Pritt gel and it is fantastic for adhering very difficult to glue items. I have been using it for a couple of weeks now and I love it. It is suitable for plastic, glass and metal and doesn't go stringy like other glues I have tried.

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Anyway, this is just a quick post for today. It is school holidays here at the moment so I will be making my announcement towards the end of next week.
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  1. This is really beautiful. I love the little bit of "bling" you added. A perfect touch for this project.

    Have a great day!

  2. Anything with the word 'chocolate' in it will always catch my attention - unfortunately this one is something you can't eat, lol.
    You certainly have a knack for coming up with gorgeous designs.... another great work, well done!
    Elena :)

  3. LOL Thanks Elena!

    Don't think this one would be very tasty! LOL


  4. That is beautiful!!

    I have some thing for you on my blog! if you would like to have a look!

  5. Stunning card hun

    I have also have a little something for you on my blog when you get chance to have a look!

    Luv Snaggles x

  6. Wow! Thank you Pinkpuppy and Phillipa!

    Will pop over shortly.


  7. This is my first time visiting your blog and WOW. Your cards are fantastic!


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