Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Oh So Eclectic again!

Hello and welcome to the second instalment of cards that I have made with the Oh So Eclectic bundle.

I have been keeping a mental note of cards that I have admired and I've been waiting for an opportunity to sit down and make some of them.  Do you find that as soon as you have seen a card made with a particular stamp set or technique that you like that you are quite subconsciously drawn to other similar cards as you while away precious minutes on Pinterest or blog hopping?

This first card imprinted itself in my mind after I saw it on Denita Wright-Smee's blog.  It was a perfect card to make to go along with some little 'thank you' gifts that my daughter took into school at the end of term.  The only thing I changed from the original was to make it a thank you card.

The other card I have to share with you today that uses the same basic design, but instead of the pure white background I have added colour which changes the card completely.  A Night of Navy card base is an excellent foil for the Lemon Lime Twist embossed layer.  The Layered Leaves folder is one of the new dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folders that gives a deep tactile finish to the card and the shape of the leaves compliment the die cut leaves so well.

The gorgeous Berry Burst flower in the middle sits on top of several Lemon Lime Twist die cut leaves and a few delicate sequins.  The die cut square layers reinforce the strong colour combination.
I am so pleased that I purchased this bundle.  It is truly versatile, and I have barely started experimenting with it!

Thank you for visiting today.  Happy crafting,

Don't forget about the special shopping offer in July.

If you would like to order any supplies, I would love to be your demonstrator.  Please visit my online shop: HERE

And there is also a very special joining offer during July.

If you would like to join my team, you can choose your starter kit HERE and if you have any questions, please contact me at furrycatdesigns@gmail.com

Alternatively, you can click on one of the images below showing the supplies used: 


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