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Monday, 03 February 2014


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That should be easy enough as I have far too many collection packs squirreled away - the problem will be choosing just one to use!

Love the colourful card.

Lynn x

Ang M

Ooh good challenge Nat. I have 5 packs of BG that are about 5-6 years old that I need to use. I think I might go with some October Afternoon for mine, I bought one collection on sale recently and haven't used it so it should be easy, right?


Great card Nat - I went to get those Avery Elle stamps too but they had sold out by the time I found them!

Ruth S

Fab card - love how you combined the bright patterns so effortlessly ;) I've gone for a Christmassy make for your prompt, fun!
Thanks for the inspiration, Rx


Cheerful card, I love the bunting. I finished mine - a card for my SIL's birthday
With Basic Grey's Eva.
Thanks for looking

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