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Too lazy

I have been very bad at blogging recently no excuses but it seems to be at the bottom of my to do list. I have a few more pages to post for the ATDML cybercrop, but I need to get round to printing the photos. I also have a few cards to share and another sugarcraft creation, so I have subject matter but no time to post about them.
Today I have a card I made for one of my friends who is leaving work, this is the one for everybody to sign. I cannot claim the idea as mine, unfortunately I can't give the credit to the inspiration. I saw it in a magazine a few weeks ago and liked its simplicity. Now some weeks later when I needed a leaving card and  made this one up I cannot find the magazine. I  have no idea whether it was a recent one or an old one that I flicked through and then passed on. It was a great way to use up some scraps that were kicking around.

Comments

scrappyjen said…
That is really pretty. Simple and sweet. I love it. I like to use up my scraps too. Paper piecing is a good way to this. Thrifty crafting is the way to go! jenx
Em said…
I love this card... I am SO in to 4 leaved clovers (I found 5 now).

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