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Fresh Clean and Simple, My Preferred Style ( Even If I Don't always Achieve It) Working With Concord and 9th Products.

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 Well Hello and Welcome,

Being Half Term this week means I get a little more of my day to myself, So for me its spent heading to the craft room with coffee in hand.

On the week of  Wednesday, the 12th May, I touched on how to find your own style by rating your work, making piles of your favourites. That way you could see what you really love and aim more for that have the same look. If not you could try Pinterest, this is where I keep pins in order of my favourites, great for inspiring you, I also find and pin colour combinations.

This is a valuable free resource for us all. Most of the stamp company's we love have their own page.

Pop on over take a look if your not familiar.

On to todays card. 




Banner Builder Stamps (Concord & 9th)

Banner Builder Dies (Concord & 9th)

Eclectic Garden Dies

Grapefruit Cardstock (Concord & 9th)

Grapefruit Inkpad ( Concord & 9th)

Paper Pad Stripe Splash (MFT)

Pearl's for Flower Centres ( Little Things From Lucy's Cards) 

Crystal Drop's in Bumble Gum Blush and Midnight Blue ( Nuvo)



Stamp out your sentiment then line up your banner die.

Next choose the backing paper and die cut it out using the solid die.

Next add the sentiment pieces to the backing paper scroll.

Attach this to your card blank, and you are ready to embellish it. I used the flowers from the Eclectic Garden Die, as I love the shape of these little flowers. 
Then I added them around my sentiment banner, added little pearls and Crystal drops to finish of this design. Once it was dry I went back and added a little image in Grape fruit inkpad as I felt it needed to tie together with the cardstock used on the flowers.

I love how simple but eye catching it is. 
I hope you enjoyed this Wednesday Blog Post.

Happy Paper Crafting

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