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Monday, 7 March 2016

Girls Night Out

The LDRS Creative Rubber Stamps and Dies have finally landed at Noor Design UK and hubby and I have been busy packaging up all afternoon and darting to the post office to get all the orders out. Yayyyy.

This image is called "Girls Night Out" and is a set of 3 stamps but you can use them individually too or mix and match.  You willl find all the new collection HERE.


The shape of the card was made using the Dutch Doobadoo Square 2.


I used the Little Darlings Borders set.  I diecut the fluted border twice and layered the the Pion Design Easter Greetings border in the centre.  


I used both the roll up roses dies to make the flowers


I finished the arrangement with a Creative Expressions Swirl die.


I used the straight stitch die from background borders die set.  There are so many possibilities with this die set.  I used the straight edge die around the image.  This is great as you can cut your paper to any size and use the stitch die around it, just fabulous.


To the top right I used the new LDRS Doily 





Hugs Tracy x



The products used can be ordered in the Noor! Design U.K. webshop:

13 comments:

  1. Gorgous card, with this beautiful stamp perfectly coloured! So sweet! Love all the details, how many work on it!

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous Tracy. Beautifully embellished. Love the background builders set - a gorgeous lovely touch.
    Hugs Sharon. x

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    1. It's a brilliant set Sharon, you can create your own backgrounds using the stitched dies, add the outline dies and then you have diecuts too. Lots of possibilities. The straight edge can outline any square, rectangle of any size, just position and run through your machine and you will get the stitched effect, fabulous. A very versatile and different die set from anything on the market. :)

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  3. Just beautiful Tracey, love the new stamps so pretty xo Julie P

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  4. Gorgeous, I really like the fashion-ladies...:-)!!!
    Hugsss, Gaby

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  5. Very stylish! Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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  6. Gorgeous! Which colors did you use to color the hair? Thanks

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    1. Vintage photo, scattered straw. Hope that helps x

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  7. I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post. Restaurant

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