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Cards and Bread

At the last stamp convention I attended I bought a lot of Washi tape and ever since it has been sitting around in one of my drawers. I never really know what to do with it. So I finally pulled them out and used some, although I am not really happy with the result. I guess I need to play around some more. I put Stickles on to hide the seams. The sentiment is Hero arts (Joy Borders). The die is from Prickley Pear.

This great card below is from my son. His best friend is turning 12 and he is invited to his party today. So we made a quick card this morning. He selected the colors and layout and I helped him putting it together. Generally he loves my Big Shot, so he usually chooses an embossing folder. This one is from Cuttlebug. We smeared it with white ink. The numbers and letters are from Papertrey (Block alphabet dies and By the Numbers dies)

And lastly here is a picture from the bread I backed.  I just took it out of the oven and the whole house smells wonderful. I am so looking forward eating it while it is still slightly warm. Ahhhhh, delicious!


SusanLotus said…
Hi Cornelia!

So nice to see that you have a blog as well.

Your cards are very lovely and I can even see the one I received here. The one with the golden star. :)

Thank your for the card and I wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New year too.


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