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Saturday, February 10, 2018

Iron on Flowers

Hello. One of the ladies at craft was giving away some iron on flowers. I took some as I realised I could glue them on cards. I have made some very CAS cards with them..Loz


13 comments:

  1. What a great idea, these are fabulous Loz, I thought you had stitched them until I read your post!

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  2. Oh how pretty - what a nice friend you have. They work perfect on a card.

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  3. Certainly made gorgeous cards from these Loz. [aNNie]
     ❤️

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  4. They are all so gorgeous!! I love those flowers!! So beautiful!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. How pretty and how clever, such a good idea Kx

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  6. Great Idea and they are beautiful

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  7. beautiful cards Loz and great idea...Hugs Lozzy x

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  8. You’re such a clever Vegemite Loz, you certainly think outside the box. These look great.. a snazzy idea to dress up a card. Hugs Shaz.x

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  9. These look fantastic, Loz! Such clever use of these beautiful fabric pieces.

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  10. WOW what a fabulous idea Loz....you are true and true a card maker to the core!!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  11. So pretty and I love the sentiments you have used.

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  12. Hi Loz, These are gorgeous!! What a great idea.

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