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More Cards For Clare

Another two cards which are going home to Clare … she really can have her pick about which to use for JP’s birthday.

Stamps used are called Sideshow and School Desk from Stampers Anonymous … totally ashamed to say the Sideshow set was bought in February and first time of using them.


Below is an 8″ x 8″ card which I very rarely make but was thinking that it would be a good one for Clare’s dad’s 80th birthday.

We can decide that later as it will be very easy to add something extra onto the card.

Stamps used on this card are from darkroomdoor, also used the ruler stamp from an Indigo Blu set called Sewing Mends The Soul .  You can only just see a little of this because it was used to frame the man and clock.  Clock came from another Stampers Anonymous set called Pen & Pencil.  Can’t think for the life of me why it’s called this as there are no pens and pencils in sight on the set.



5 Responses to “More Cards For Clare”

  1. Sandra says:

    i love the layers of Ink and colours on your first card. The stamps that you’ve used on the second are fabulous and work together perfectly. It’s a superb masculine card and would be perfect for an older gentleman. Crafty hugs, Sandra X

  2. Sandra G says:

    Fabulous cards Shirley. Zoe is well impressed, also impressed with your website!. xx

  3. Craftyfield says:

    Both have a lovely masculine feel and gorgeous stamps as usual… I also have unused stamps bought moons ago but that’s the way it is… They WILL be used when appropriate for the subject matter! xx

  4. Donna Ellis says:

    They are both fabulous masculine cards, Shirl! Love your use of color in the first card. Your textures really look watery! But my heart embraces your second card ! Perfect colors and great design! He will enjoy his card, whichever she decides to give him! Hugs, de

  5. Brenda says:

    Two beauties Shirl and great background stamping, discreet so as not to distract from the focal elements yet very much a part of the card build up.

    B x

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