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A Quick Stop on Pall Mall

Our cybercrop journey around the monopoly board continues on the way we might as well stop off briefly at Pall Mall. This lovely class saw us all making some home decor with this lovely heart shaped wreath. The class was led by Angela from Angel Crafts.Playing with chipboard is one of my most favourite things so this class was right up my street. It also helped me use up some of those scraps of paper that one day might be used for something. I know you know what I mean!
It looks much larger on the photo than it really is, it's about 7-8 inches tall. This makes it big enough to be noticed but small enough for it to be delicate and not in your face.

Don't forget the Craftwork Cards Card Candy challenge, final day for entries is tommorrow. The top 5 flayours that we as a design team choosewill be announced on 3rd May for you to start voting for your favourite flavour.


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