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Funky Fossil - Instahop Sew Lovely

Hi Everyone,

Funky Fossil Designs is having an Instahop and I decided to not withhold my card from you on my blog...

 I am using the wonderful Sew Lovely set for my card. I heat embossedit in gold and colored it with Copic markers. Added FineTec gold accents. Mounted it on a piece of patterned paper.

 This is the complete set:

Funky Fossil Designs is delighted to offer you the chance to win a  £15 gift certificate to the store.
All you need to do is:
1. Like, follow & comment @funkyfossildesigns
2. Like, follow & comment at each of the hop participants
3. Tag some friends, let's spread the love! One friend per comment please.
Happy Hopping!
Linking up with:
The Library Challenge - see picture

The Sewing Machine ebook by Natalie Fergie


Beautifully done and a great card for a seamstress.
conil said…
The intricacy of this sewing machine is so different than any I've seen before. Love the way you've showcased it on the pp background with the additional gold accents. Beautifully done.
Anita in France said…
Beautifully composed and coloured, Cornelia ... and sew (intended!) pretty! Hugs, Anita :)
Marina said…
How absolutely perfect for the challenge and such a beauty. I love the gold embossing. Thanks for joining The Library.
Marina said…
This has been featured as a ‘Librarian’s Choice’. Thank you for sharing it at The Library.

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