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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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Friday, 05 June 2015


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Wow! I do like your card a lot! Your stamped imagine looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing!


Okay I LOVE your card, I think it's awesome...the painted flowers are supposed to be a little loosey goosey so your going to just have to let up the reins a bit and just "go with it" girl ;D ...and now I NEED to know because I want these inks is the stain factor girl?
I hope you will find some play time because I would love to see some vintage flowers in these inks!


ohhhh, that's so lovely again! I love the stamping and think you're always doing a great job with the different ink pads. Your inspiration to create an old-paper-look is also really cool!

jan metcalf

Sweet card!

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