Under the water and up on the hills.

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I thought I would begin with a couple of pretty mermaid cards.  Whilst trying to reorganise my new craft room I could not help but notice how many odd toppers, bits of paper and so on that I have left over from kits going back to when I first started buying them.  This year I am determined that I am going to use a great many of these odds and ends.  After the pyrimage was done on the first card I couldn’t resist adding Glossy Accents to the bubbles.  The sentiment on the second is from a set of freebies that were on a mag some time ago.

Still on the theme of using stuff up I found some notelets from my charity.  Most of my cards go to The Pahar Trust – Nepal.  This is a charity that build and fund schools for the children of the Nepalese hill tribes.  The notelets depicted a group of these children so as I had 5 or six left I cut into them to make decoupage and ended up with two cards which I thought suited the images.  I hope you like them.

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About stitchingranny

I am one of those people who need to have busy hands so whether its stitching or papercrafting, I am always doing something. I also love being in the garden, though hubby does most of the work there these days.
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One Response to Under the water and up on the hills.

  1. Jan Doling says:

    Very clever Helen, I love the way you bring your cards to life. I wish I was as good using up all my crafting odds and ends that I have lying around. xx

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