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Tuesday, 27 July 2010

The Shabby Tea Room wk#20 one two three!

Good evening to you all!

This week over on the Shabby Tea Room.
we were asked to produce something using   1 ribbon 2 buttons and 3 punches or dies.
Well that had my name written all over it so I just had to join in. Here is my card.
I made an A6 top fold card in white.
The DP are from Shabby Princess Signature Collection.  I love these papers. It`s a good job they are digital because otherwise I would just sit looking at them and not use them they are so scrummy.
My 3 dies are all from Spellbinders. I made the border using the Borderbilities Classic lace and placed it over the join in the papers. I also used the Labels 4 dies in 2 sizes, one for the sentiment and a larger one for a border around it using the same striped paper as on the bottom of the card.
My 2 buttons are really tiny, see thru ones and are placed in the bottom right hand corner. ( at least I think they`re buttons, they have 2 tiny holes in them).
Naturally I had to have a ribbon, whether it was asked for or not, so I`ve used a white satin ribbon and bow.
The sentiment is by Anitas Stamps and is stamped in baby blue Versacolor and embossed in clear EP.

I`m really pleased with this one. It all just fell into place. If only they were all like that lol.

Just a quick note about my new job. I had my induction yesterday. Two and half hours of reading flash cards and answering  questions that I didn`t know the answers to. Silly things like , where are the fire extinguishers situated? Doh, I don`t know, I`ve just walked in the door. And, how much money should be in your float? Pass! Really it was more of training excercise for existing staff but at least I get paid for it. Then I was informed that I couldn`t start today because I hadn`t got the all clear from immigration. IMMIGRATION!
I was born here. Anyone who has ever heard me speak would know I could only ever have come from one place. There is no mistaking the Hull accent, it`s not something you come across by accident and I have never heard anyone manage to imitate it properly yet either. So I`m not a happy bunny today. Never mind, more crafting time me thinks!!!

Thanks for popping in...Lynne xxx

13 comments:

  1. ooh beautiful card Lynne. Glad you got the job-frustrating when you want to get started but at least you can spend your time wisely!
    Lynn x

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  2. Glad you've got more crafting time if you make cards like this, simply elegant. I am amazed that immigration is involved, I do hope you enjoy it when you do start and don't forget where the fire extinguishers are. xxx

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  3. Very elegant. Those papers are beautiful and stunning border.

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  4. So very elegant and lovely! Thanks for sharing your design with us this week in the Tea Room :)

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  5. There's always a silver lining, Lynne. Glad you were able to make this lovely card, it's just gorgeous! You're right, if only they all fell into place so easily...{sigh}...

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  6. Another fabulous colour scheme and another great card! Much amused about immigration - Rules is rules! Should have brought your passport!

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  7. Elegant is the only word to describe this card! I love the lacey border and the soft colors! Thanks for joining us this week at TSTR! :)

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  8. Lynne, this card is simple beautiful.

    Hugs, Irena

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  9. Lynne this is beautiful! Jumped tight off the page at The Shabby Tearoom and I just had to come have a closer look.

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  10. Gogreous i love how you do your bows hony they always look perfect, the cut out (die) is fab i really must get me one, hugs Pops x

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  11. I've so loved waltzing around your blog and catching up Lynne! Huge congrats on your new job, an amazing achievement in this current climate. Hopefully things will improve as you settle in.
    Your latest card is stunning, I love that border die!
    Love Sarita xx

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  12. Your card is so elegant and beautiful! Love the colors and papers and your nested sentiment die cuts are fabulous. Adore the big bow and the punched edging and the two tiny buttons, too. Thanks for sharing this with us at TSTR.
    And good luck on the new job..........once you pass immigration, that is. ;)

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  13. What a soft and pretty card !

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