Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Thinking of You

Hello. I wanted to use my newly purchased oval piercing die. I don't know the brand as it came without any packaging. If someone knows the brand I would like to know. I stitched around the oval and added a 3D teddy image and some flowers..loz


  1. Adorable card. And the stitching is fantastic, looks like it took a long time. (can you find out the manufacturer of the die from the site you bought it at? There are a lot of pierced dies out there today)

  2. Fabulous card, Lozzie! Love the stitch work.

    Snoopy :D

  3. Beautiful stitch work, cute 3-D image and pretty flowers.

  4. Brilliantly designed card and awesome image and goodies used.xx
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  5. How pretty and love the stitching - looks very tedious but sure has that WOW affect.

  6. This is just loveable:) The Bear reminds me of typical bears I see in Germany. The work you did is great!

  7. Your stitching is great, I do not know what die it is, but would love to know. Some times it is a job to keep track of all our stock, as we must have so much, the more the merrier.

  8. I am in awe of your stitching, Loz. LOVE it.
    hugs, Asha

  9. your new DIES look lovely with this image and great dies sentiment too Loz
    you are lucky have many DIES
    I am not I only having much stamp hehehe
    lovely card Loz


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