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Hey Guys!

First of all, thank you so so much for all of your kind comments and messages, they were so lovely and meant alot to me! I haven’t posted for a few weeks now as I thought I’d take a little break. Basically, after my last post I made a version of todays card that I wasn’t happy with at all so I left it for a week or so then came back to it, I took it apart completely to start it again and I’m actually quite happy with it now. I’ve spent some of my time out just looking around some forums and blogs and gathering some fresh inspiration from other type of crafts too and now I feel much more motivated. Oh also, I’ve decided that I’m definitely going to join a craft club as soon as I find one nearby, I need to give my fella a break and waffle to someone else about craft stuff I reckon.

I made a basket of tulips digi for todays card and used some flower cut files on both the card and gift tag, I hope you like them and they’ll be useful additions for your crafting stash.

tulip basket card

Card: I coloured my image with copics then die cut with an oval nestie and attached punched circles from different patterned papers behind the oval to create an interresting scallop. I embossed my top layer of patterned paper and did some hand stitching on my card for the first time ever, me like-y!

Tag: I cut 2 of the same flowers, one slightly smaller than the other and layered them, popped them onto a circle and attached more of the punched circles behind. I did some faux stitching on the tag by pricking some evenly spaced holes onto my paper and drawing some lines down the holes with a white gel pen.

flower 1 tag

Here is your digi:

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tulip basket

Here are your Cut Files – ai, dxf, GSD, pdf & svg included:

(click on the link below the image to download)

Flowers 1

Flowers 1 Digital Cutting Files by Bird

flower borders 1

Flower Borders 1 Digital Cutting Files by Bird

 

 

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