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I'm Lesley and I've been a crafter all my life. I discovered paper crafting about 30 years ago and this is now my great passion.

Friday 25 November 2022

Bay Window Card

I'm using the glorious Boughs of Holly papers from StampinUp, yet again, for this great card fold. I love them!


Several people have asked me if I make card kits so I am trialling this one and it can be  for all abilities, even  absolute beginners, as I will cut and and score the base,  DSP, mats, provide topper, ribbon, embellishment and enough dimensionals to make 4 cards. The white inserts will however be blank as SU have a rigid policy that everyone must do their own stamping. How else would we learn? All you will need then, is a kit, some adhesive and to watch my YouTube tutorial to put it together. A brilliant toe in the water if you have been thinking about joining SU and just want to see the quality for yourself. This way you can select your own mix of colours. The price for all of this,  including UK postage, is £8 by BACS transfer to avoid fees. This is a real introductory offer while stock lasts, to simply cover my costs and to guage interest. I would love to know what you think of this idea. You can email me (lkilby3591@gmail.com)to let me know and I will send you bank details for payment. Also drop me an email if you would like more info about joining my team - no pressure! 




As well as the Boughs of Holly papers, today I used Soft Succulent card, Basic White card, Real Red card. I stamped with Real Red ink using the Merry Christmas stamp from Brightest Glow set and chose Mossy Meadow ink pad for the splats. The label was made with the Trio punch. 

This is a card fold that I have often made but sometimes you have to be reminded how pretty it is. My thanks goes to fellow demo Julianne Richards for just that.



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