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Friday, 30 September 2011

Crinklies


What a happy band of friends these three old biddies look, I thought maybe a big blousy over the top  flower might cheer them up a bit.
Anyway, over at Gingersnap Creations the Spicy Supply Challenge GC 118  is Crimpers.
Either search out the old crimping tool,, or pleating  is acceptable I think.
I've never used mine in years,  so it crimped the border  and the die cut shabby chic flowers. It may have done the card as well, but it wasn't wide enough.  Shading was antique linen and vintage photo distress inks. The stamp I cannot remember which company it came from. This I think is one of the minus points to unmounted stamps
Thankyou for stopping by to take a look, I realy appreciate your comments.

15 comments:

  1. Ohhh fabulous !! Love the pic and love love that flower
    pop by my Dezinaworld blog today if you get chance and grab the french freebies i have there.
    I hope you have a lovely weekend
    hugs June

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  2. Fabulous! Love the ladies and how you used the crimper! Fantastic card and design. Have a great weekend!

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  3. What a great image. Wonderful creation. I love the colors and your flower looks terrific...Donna

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  4. That's a great image, and I like the look of the crimping in your flower.Jean x

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  5. Great piece. I think the image is from Lostcoastdesigns! Hugs, Valerie

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  6. Love that flower and how you used the crimper. It does pay to hang on to things. Fab vintage colours
    Chris xo

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  7. Lovely card. Fab flower.
    Regards Florence x

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  8. Terrific card with lots of wonderful crimping. Whats the difference between a crinkly and a wrinkly? Anyone know? x

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  9. Another fabulous card Yvonne. I have that stamp too and I think its Lost Coast Designs. Love the big flower too

    Joan

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  10. Fantastic, love the use of the crimpers.

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  11. lol, what a great fun card, crinkly flower looks lovely
    hugs

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  12. this is gorgeous - thank you so much for the pen nibs xxx

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  13. WOW! Love your card. Thanks for joining us at Gingersnap Creations!

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  14. That's such a great stamped image Yvonne and I love how you've used it too - love the blousey flower too x

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  15. I love this and the title of the post :)

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