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Friday, 27 January 2012


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Fabulous card,
love the mix of papers


I know I'm bein really thick but I dont understand how u've got the large white flower on there...?

Lythan Nevard

I love the way the rub on goes over everything - and I must try making my own washi tape too!

Handmade by Natty

Thanks girls! :D

Jodpea the white flower is a Basic Grey rub-on - I have quite a lot in my stash and am trying to use them up, they're great for making backgrounds a bit more interesting. :)


Oh, ok! Now it makes sense! :)

sharon curtis

Fantastic card Nat - I love the combination of colours and patterns you've chosen, and the rub on is a very clever idea - I've got some in my stash that I've had forever, I must get them out and use them for backgrounds.


Love your card, Nat - fab Washi tape - the rub on looks amazing as a backdrop and it is perfectly finished with that little resin flower

jo x

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