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Magnolia Memory Dies meets Playful Alphabet Dies

Magnolia Memory Dies meets Playful Alphabet Dies

Today’s project is a Magnolia Memory Dies meets Playful Alphabet Dies Thank you card. My inspiration came direct from our Annual 2020 Catalogue. I added my own take on the design to make it my own.

I loved playing with the Magnolia Dies for the first ….time…. ever! Yes I know.

You can see the dies used below. The flower element was made using two layering dies. The centre and leaves also from the same set. The letters are from the playful alphabet dies.

This Card background is one of the many playing with patterns DSP from our current catalogue also. My card base is Coastal Cabana which is complimented well with the DSP. Crushed Curry finishes off the project nicely.

I love how the edging die looks too, but the flower is my favourite. Can you see I added some polka tulle whisper white ribbon too.

No stamping at all in this card.

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