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Wed 04

Details, Details and a Double Donnington

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Hi, Jean Okimoto here, with another summer card for you!  It's a mix of classic favorites - the Donnington Tendril and Fabulous Phlox Dies - and the NEW Wicker Panel Die from the just-released Summer Collection.

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Memory Box Products

  • NEW Wicker Panel 98984
  • Donnington Tendril 98764
  • Fabulous Phlox 98511
  • Metal Adapter Plate
  • Key Lime Cardstock    
  • Sunflower Cardstock    
  • Peony Cardstock    
  • Graphite Notecard    
  • Peony Envelope

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Cut Donnington Tendril twice - once from the white side of the duplex Key Lime Cardstock.  Keep and re-insert the little cutouts from the tips.  Trim the bottom of the diecut that will create the right side of the heart-shaped frame. 

Using the Metal Adapter Plate with the other plates required for thin metal dies, cut Wicker Panel from textured white cardstock and trim it to 5".  Cut several layers of Fabulous Phlox from Peony Cardstock.  Cut the phlox centers fron Sunflower Cardstock.

Attach everything to a Graphite Notecard and add a few sequins.  Coordinate your card with a Peony Envelope for a bright pop of happy mail.

Speaking of happy...we're super-happy about the great new Memory Box Dies display at the Tukwila Impress.  Here it is!

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Thanks for visiting...be sure to visit the Ideas Gallery on our website for more designs and detailed directions.

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Comments

Well isn't that beautiful! Love the design, the colors, and of course, the heavenly Memory Box dies! Thanks for sharing :)

Very, very, very pretty!

I like seeing how you pair the new with the old. Ver nice!

Jean,
What a great job you did. Love how you made the heart...very ingenious. Beautiful card.

Thanks for your comments…I love being able to mix the old & the new and sharing these ideas with you.

superbe carte! bises

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