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Thu 04

Best Wishes.
by Pam Simpson


Hello everyone, some of my favourite things on a card "Hearts" & "Flowers" ..I wanted a touch of delicate colour, I have used Lilac Cosmic Shimmer "Gilding Polish", gives a beautiful pearl sheen, But I did`nt want a complete colour block of Lilac colour, just a delicate touch, below I will show how I achieved this..


Square card 6.1/4" x 6.1/4" ..using Poppystamp dies Wavy Heart, run through your die cutting machine, heart placed as shown.


Shown as cut out.


Next I used Pinpoint Hearts ..Perfect fit for the cutout, wanted some detail around the cutout.


Shown before any colour, pretty pinpoint detail.


Using the sponge applicator, I have done light strokes across the Wavy Heart, jsut to add a touch of Lilac colour.


Same technique around the square edges ..Before I adhered the heart in place I used double sided sticky tape to adhere my ribbon.


Another delicate touch with these flowers and Best wishes. Cut in white card Delightful Daisy / best wishes.   again I cut these in pear green velum and adhered  together..finishing touch couple of whittle hearts /ribbon bow and pearls..

Finished card 7" x 7"..

Thank you  for stopping by, love you to leave a comment so I know you have paid us a visit..Pam x

Pam Floral Signature copy




A very sweet and delicate card, thanks for sharing your techniques!!

Hi Pam, Stunning colours, stunning die-cuts (especially the wavy heart), a very pretty and stunning card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Such a delicate and pretty card and love the beautiful design x

I like your color choices--so pretty!

beautiful card, Pam. It's definitely your style!

Lovely and seet. Beautifully designed too!

Beautiful, love the touch of shimmer on the heat and your flowers are just beautiful

I love~love the colors! Beautiful!

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