Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Lots of Design Team inspiration for you today!

Huge apologies if you have not been able to view our blog recently, due to a technical fault.

We therefore have some catching up to do, so here we go . . . 

First, we have Best Wishes from Lynn




Lynn Brown has made this striking card, featuring the Labyrinth and the Refined Rectangular Frame die sets, designed by Sue Wilson for Creative Expressions.

For more details of how this card was made, please visit Lynn's blog.









Happy Birthday from America



America Kuhn has designed this colourful card, featuring the Bevelled Glass Striplet and Pierced Flags die sets, designed by Sue Wilson for Creative Expressions.

For full details, here is a link to America's blog.











Sunday's child from John




John Lockwood has made this elegant card, using the Eternal Rings Striplet and Lisbon die sets.

For more details, visit John's Blog.











Rainbow Best Wishes from Sharon 





This colourful card from Sharon Curtis uses the Labyrinth and the Refined Rectangular Frame die sets, designed by Sue Wilson for Creative Expressions.

For more details of what has been used, please visit Sharon's blog.


Thanks from Debbie




Debbie Stevens has made this pretty card, featuring various die sets, designed by Sue Wilson for Creative Expressions, including the Maidenhair Fern and Camellia Complete Petals die sets.

For more details, here is a link to Debbie's blog.









Friend by Tina



Today's project from Tina Eldridge uses lots of die sets designed by Sue Wilson, including the Pierced Flags, Montreal and Delicate Fronds.


For more details, here is a link to Tina's blog.




Rose Box and Tag from Liz




Liz Borer has decorated this colourful tag shape using the Rosebed Elements clear stamp set, designed by John Lockwood for Creative Expressions.

For more details of what has been used, please visit Liz's blog.




Snowdrops from Tracey






Today's project from Tracey Laughton uses the Snowdrop Elements clear stamp set, designed by John Lockwood.

For more details, here is a link to Tracey's blog.


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