Who Would Make Cards Like These?

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Good evening crafters,
I arrived at work this morning to find these two gorgeous cards.
They have both been made using Indigo Blu stamps.

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The Juliet card also used Dylusions Ink Sprays in London Blue, Vibrant Turquoise, Crushed Grape and Pure sunshine, Indigo Blu Map Background, Flake and Flitter glue, Gilding Flakes, Stazon Black and acetate. The card is finished off with a double bow and a silk flower stained with Dylusions Ink.

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The Take Flight card (which is my favourite) used the same materials as the Juliet card but also copic pens and the Japanese Reeds Clarity Stencil.
The mystery still remains – Who Would Have Made Cards Like These?
To enter a draw to win some Blog Candy just pick from one of the following who you think would make cards like these:-
And the nominees are….. in no particular order ………….
Clare Rowlands – Craftrange tutor & Molly Blooms stamp designer
A Customer – any one of our talented customers
Debbie – owner of Craftrange
Gillian – Jewellery expert at Craftrange
Janet – events co-ordinator at Craftrange
Linda Page – Tutor at Craftrange
Liz – Distress expert at Craftrange

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For a chance to win this must have blog Candy, containing Tattered Lace Die, Flip Book Album, Laser Cut Butterflies and heart and leaf embellishments, leave a comment in the comment box on our blog post
or on our Facebook blog post.
Good Luck!
Carry on crafting
Gillian

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13 responses »

  1. Love both the wonderful designs equally, I think they were created by Liz Distress expert at Craftrange – well I hope so. ‘K’ xx

  2. I’d say they’re both marvellous, lovely use of lots of different products to make two wonderful cards. I thought perhaps Liz but then looks like a customer showing their latest makes d on recent stash buy. X

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