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Handmade by Natty: Admirer of pretty things, collector of crafty stuff, spare time maker of paper bits and bobs...

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  • About my project supply lists:
    I only use and share products that I genuinely love. The product supply lists that accompany my projects are simply intended to provide a visual overview of what I've used in case you have the same items at home or would like to add them to your own shopping list. I link to several stores in the UK and US and as of July 1, 2017 I am an affiliate member of Scrapbook.com, Amazon UK, Ellen Hutson, and (as of April 2022) The Greetery - this means that when you click on an affiliate link and go on to make a purchase I will receive a small percentage at no cost to you. Money raised through affiliate links will go straight towards my crafting fund. Finally, please note that any products marked "(r)" are retired and may no longer be available for sale online.

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Friday, 11 May 2012

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Lythan Nevard

its not simplistic - its simply stunning. Ah those lovely old Basic Grey almost plain but not quite backgrounds - they are still so good. And the white pen and stickles set the card off so perfectly

Miri

This card looks great! What an amazing effect with some "old" paper =)

northernangel

It's lovely Nat, can't beat a bit of BG

sharon

Gorgeous work Nat, I love the colour combo x

Jo

Love your card, Nat - the centre image is beautiful a fab choice of papers too :)

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