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Saturday, 6 April 2013

Swirls and twirls.


Our new Challenge  for the coming week over  at Sugar Creek Hollow is 'Fabulous Flourishes'.
Remember we love to see your Vintage/Shabby Chic entries and how you interpret our theme.
Please pop over to see what we have all been making and get all the details..
My card base was random  stamped with a swirl stamp,  then dusted with a light covering of  bronze mica powder.  The image and layers are all Graphics 45 papers from the Ladies Diary stack.
I embossed the die cut swirl with Aged Gold Frantage powder.

Thank you for stopping by to take a look, your comments are always appreciated.

13 comments:

  1. Lovely swirled background! Love all the paper layers and what a fabulous G-45 image! Have fun!

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  2. Beautifulmpiece! Are you still in your caravan or back home? Hugs, Valerie

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  3. Hi
    This simply oozes elegance!
    Wishes
    Lynne
    P.S. I re-cycle curtain backing, cotton fabric usually white or cream, to stamp onto.

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  4. Lovely swirly card Yvonne - "la classe" as they say in France !

    Sally

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  5. Swirlicious Yvonne! Love that die cut it looks just like metal:)
    Val x

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  6. Love the frantaged swirl Yvonne, this is a very pretty card.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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  7. just loving the flourish background perfect for those fbbie Graphi 45 papers and image
    hugs

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  8. Everything on this is so lovely and matches so well.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  9. Gorgeous swirls here and beautifully coloured. Love the nostalgic feel.

    Marie

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  10. Wow, your background is beautiful and I love that frantage on the die. Great job with the challenge this week.
    Hope you are doing good, Spring looks as if might finally be getting here so off to work in the yard.
    Have a great week.
    hugs...

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  11. Stunning and so elegant Yvonne. Love your beautiful layout and design.
    Amelia

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  12. Gorgeous use of the G45 papers, and that gilded flourish is yummy!
    Alison x

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