Sunday, 13 August 2017

Cuteness and Francesca Label

Hello friends

I ventured out yesterday to Keep on Crafting in Bury St Edmunds.
Teaching this workshop had been in my diary and I was worried I would 
not get there (due to recent kidney events), but it is amazing how effective painkillers are!
We had a fun workshop in the morning making cute cards from 

Nobody could decide on a favourite, the were all deemed cute!

My project today is Francesca Label.
Designed by Becca Feeken - Amazing Paper Grace.
This shape reminds me very much of Labels Four
a little more curvy, very elegant and the length is perfect for 
laying and stamping.

My card design is simple, shadowing and layering Francesca Label on vertical 
red ribbon matted onto 5 x 7.
The flower is Cinch and Go Flowers Two.

The floral paper is Anna Griffin.

Stamped and die cut sentiments - available on the website pre-cut or as sheets here.

Francesca Label is available to pre-order - arriving in a week or two.
Cinch and Go Flowers Two are now back in stock here.
These flew out the door when I featured this card.

Other news: Elliott has been working on something new
so please look out for an email if you subscribe 
to the website.  I've been looking over his shoulder and it looks really good!

Take care friends - enjoy your Sunday.


Anonymous said...

Thank you for the workshop yesterday Christine, a nice relaxing morning with these fun dies. Lovely card again today and having now seen the original card with the cinch flowers and leaves I have to say how much impact they have. Best wishes Jackie x

hazel young said...

The workshop looks fab love the cards made. Glad to hear you were well enough to do it. Gorgeous card. Looking forward to seeing what Elliott has up his sleeve. Have a great day xx hazel

Teresa Doyle said...

Christine what stunning cards. They are so elegant. (Glad to hear the pain pills served you well. )

Littlelamb said...

Gorgeous cards Christine. Glad you were able to do the Workshop. Love the cards you made. Thank you for sharing.

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, I absolutely love your workshop cards, they are sooooooooo cute !!
So glad your painkillers allowed you to journey to and from your workshops, let's hope your pain continues to dissipate, and the kidney stones evacuate naturally.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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