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Friday, 8 October 2010

My first GDT card for Sarah Hurley Challenges

It's an exciting month for me as I am GDT for October at   Sarah Hurley's Challenge blog.
I got to choose this weeks theme and so I chose FLOWERS. I wear a flower to school everyday. I have about 20 different coloured ones. I also have flowers I wear in my hair on my wrist, on my earrings and necklaces too.

Anyway, here is the project I made. I covered a chipboard flower shape that I cut out with my Sizzix Pro. I covered it in some of Sarah's papers that you can download. I made the flower out of more of her papers and then I attached one of her downloadable 2011 Calenders. A very cheep and quick gift to make , don't you think?

You could make them, in various colours for your friends.

I also made a 2nd card using my Marianne Dies. I am loving this flower die so much as well as my Tim Holtz Tattered Leaves die ( which I now sell!)
I added a few drops of Glossy Accents to look like raindrops on the leaves.

I hope you like these 2 projects of mine


  1. fabby projects hon

    im just trying to catch up with everyone in blogland :0)

    Debs x

  2. wow both of these creations are just stunning!!!!! I really love the 2nd one, just so stylish, and I just love the fabt you have embossed the leaves! what a totally gorgeous detail! Hugs Juls

  3. Very nice work Sarah, a real touch of elegance.

    Enjoy the Guest spot.

    B x

  4. love all your products hun, you are so talented. can not wait to see what you do for Sarah xxx

  5. Both very nice Sarah. Love the calendar, adorable flower. I can see why you you like that flower die. The "rain drops" on the leaves are a very nice touch, perfect! Hugs, J:)

  6. Love the calendar, as you say great idea for Christmas and the new flower die is good, it could be a poinsettia too.
    Take care. B xxx



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