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Sunday, 21 October 2012

Sunday Share - More Merry Minis!

For my Sunday Share I'm posting the rest of the Merry Minis card collection.

We're coming to the end of our Merry Minis series - the above is #5.  The greeting at the bottom came from Teeny Tiny Sentiments (page 133 Annual Catalogue) and the ones in the middle from Tiny Tags, also in the Annual Catalogue on page 124.  More Festival of Prints DSP and 1", 1 1/4" circle punches were used.

For #6, I've stuck with the Crumb Cake card base theme, partially embossed the lower half of the card with the Stripes embossing folder, attached Lucky Limeade ruffled ribbon and a strip of DSP from the Festival of Prints stack.  I stamped 10 ornaments from the Merry Minis stamp set, curled them and adhered to a 3/4" circle, to form this flower and secured it with a designer printed brad to the Lucky Limeade label from the Apothecary Accents Framelits die.  I pierced a border round the label with the essentials paper piercing pack. I stamped the greeting from Border Banter and attached it underneath.  The card looked a bit bare when I'd finished, so I sponged the die cut snowflakes from the Flurry Bigz Die.  I must admit, this one did take a bit of time, you always need to make one or two for special people, right?
Finally on to #7 - I've left the best (in my opinion) till last.  Well, it's my favourite, let's say.  I promised to feature all the stamps and punched shapes on one card, and here it is!  The label is from Everything Eleanor, and I stamped that gorgeous lettering from Seasonal Sayings then cut it out by hand.  There is a smaller version of this shape in the Apothecary Accents Framelits dies. 
That's all for today.  Have a restful Sunday and thanks for stopping by!

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