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    Default And Today's Make!

    image.jpgimage.jpgThis time it's papercraft so I've posted in the right section!
    This is what I've done with the Sue Wilson angel. I've used plain card for the angel and mounted her onto hammered card to give a different texture. Didn't want to make it too blingy, but the touch of gold lifts it a little.

    Sorry the photos aren't brilliant, but I don't get great results with the camera on my I-pad!


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    Sorry - they've gone in sideways again! How do I get to attach them the right way up!!!

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    beautiful ! I am trying out this die too . The gold is just the right touch
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    Very elegant card CSF. I am so tempted too get this die its very beautiful.

    What gold card do you use CSF, I am on the hunt for some and yours looks just right.
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    I used Crafters Companion gold centura card and then Creata gold mirri (I think - I use whatever first comes to hand!). The hammered and plain ivory card came from the Papermill when they had a special offer.
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    You have put this card together beautifully CSF. The recipient will be very pleased I'm sure.
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    I'm going to make several of them to sell for charity - this will be my 'luxury' range! The problem is how much to charge - it's hard to ask too much at Christmas as people are on a budget.
    I've also been asked to run a Christmas card making workshop as a church social event, so I've been trying out a range of ideas for other people to use as well.

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    It's so simple and beautiful. I bet they will be clamouring to join your card making class.
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    A really elegant card! It definitely belongs in the luxury range.
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