Stunning Carol, you do parchment craft so well. Hugs x
Hi Anne, Thank you kindly.I was just putting the card away in the box and thought what a good frame it would make for a 'Shoe' - so I might have a go.HugsCarolxx
Your parchment work is stunning Carol.xx
Lovely work!! It's always nice to see other parchers who have 'discovered new interests a little late'!! I too, discovered Parchment Craft a 'little late' and it has since become my passion. Would love to have you stop by my blog some time when you're browsing.http://allthingsparchmentcraft.blogspot.com Vickie (aka: Papercrazy)
Hi Vickie. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your lovely comment. I have had a quick visit to you but Wow - too much to take in on one visit. I'll be back for a much longer browse.Carolx
A very beautiful card Caroljane! I'm starting out a little late as well. I'm not a grandmother yet, but I am 50, does that qualify me for being late . . . LOL! The butterfly in your avatar is incredibly breathtaking!
Thank you Jerri. Not my pattern though - I wish I could dream up something that beautiful.Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment. Much appreciated.HugsCarol
Beautiful card Caroljane, I really must get back into Parchment Craft, especially as there are many new designs and tools out now.Christine x
lovely card, Carol. I love the use of the 3D grid flowers! Haven't tried this pattern yet. Think I'll have to dig it out and give it a try now that I've seen your version. :)
Thank you for your visit and kind comment cepet. I returned the favour and watched your video class colouring the tulip - wonderful reference and refresher. I have added my email address for updates - thank you.Carolx
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