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    Yes it is amazing Margo. Lovely bright colour as well
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    Susie, I have Maria to thank - she pointed me in the direction of Dreaming Tree. It's easier than it looks, I'm glad to say
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    It’s perfect Margo

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    Stunning cards Elaine, the colours on the first set are so rich and lush. Way to go using up papers with the one sheet method.

    Margo, wow that card is a feat of engineering! Really fab, I wish I had the patience to try some of these more elaborate constructions. But I am such a procrastinator, it takes me long enough to shuffle the same 3 paper designs around on my craft mat before finally deciding I'm going to make something else entirely.

    However, I did try my hand again at assembly line production as I went with a simple rainbow for this month's card:



    The Little Rainbow die from The Stamp Market needed to be cut from 6 colours of cardstock (all backed with StickIt this time before I started! What a time saver!) so 6 cards I made in one sitting.

    It's a very clean and simple design, but after assembling 6 little rainbows I wasn't about to make it more elaborate. lol


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    What a super duper little card! I love everything about it.

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    So many photos, so little time g61's Avatar
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    Thank you all for the kind comments about the card. It's impressive appearance belies the simplicity of its construction, trust me.
    What a pretty rainbow card, but it sounds like a right faff to make - see, that sounds like it would need more patience than mine, LOL.
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    Lol, I'm not a fan of assembly line production, but I have to say that using Stick-it first before die-cutting the cardstock really made it a lot less of a faff, also strangely the cardstock cut more cleanly with that die, which is always welcome.


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    I just love that card Nat, so pretty and such clean lines and I particularly love the stitched edge is it, on the white card it just adds a perfect finishing touch. I often remember about Stick-it after I've cut something fiddly.

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    Lovely card Nat. I do like the edge on the card.
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    Thanks - that square die is from a recent sale purchase. I get a lot of use from my Pinkfresh Studio diagonal stitched rectangle dies, so when I saw the square set was reduced at Hey Little Magpie, I added it to my order of "other stuff".


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    Here’s mine, I went with the spots…

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    That's really pretty Alison, and a very fun colour palette. That happy birthday die is perfect for showcasing the number. I bet you get a lot of use out of it.


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