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Monday, 2 July 2007

HOTP A Muses Me Too!

You might have heard that I am currently taking part in a competition to win the title of A-MUSE-A-PALOOZA Ambassador 2007 (the first ever AP Ambassador, no less!) & that has given me the opportunity (or excuse) to make loys of fabby card using A Muse Artstamps range of stamps, cards & twinkles. Even better, I've been able to incorporate them with some of my fave products from lots of other ranges, freebies from magazines etc.
So, I thought I'd share a couple of images with you. Materials from the June 2007 Cardmaker's Personal Shopper kit & A Muse Artstamps:
Every Cardmaker's kit now contains a Christmas design to help us all prepare for the big event (it's the same day every year - why does it always come as such a big surprise to us LOL) & this month's fabby cool blues are just my sort of thing. I've added a die cut snowman (in pink sticky vellum) & die cut buckle. The sentiment is by A Muse & everything else (including the brads) were in the kit. The second card, again features a die cut buckle & A Muse sentiment - the ribbon is from stock but just check out the little butterfly brad - how sweet is that (there are several in the kit!) The ice cream card is again from the kit & has instructions to make a shaped card. Instead, I've used the sandy paper designed for the inside to make a bit of a beachy look. Again, the sentiment is by A Muse. The ribbon is from the citrus ribbons; circle clip by HOTP; brads from the Retro Embellish-abilities plus a couple of primary ones!


Samm said...

Cute cards!


Looby said...

These are sooo gorgeous! I love the subtle little snowman, and the ice cream looks good enough to eat!

Auntie Jane said...

Looove the cards, keeping my fingers crossed for you next week.