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Sunday, 20 February 2011

Guilty Purchase.

I've been loving all the free digi stamps lately but it was only a matter of time before i started feeling a bit guilty about just nabbing them and not giving anything back except for the odd "thank you" here and there. So i've bought a few of Meljens designs from Whimsy Stamps.
This one is called lovebirds and cost $3 which is just under £2. I was never really interested in digi stamps until the last couple of weeks when i realised  they had quite a bit going for them. I'd always been a bit envious of Americans as their companies seem to have new release every few weeks. Digis eliminate the p&p costs and the waiting for them to arrive. Also they don't clutter the craftroom, So I think i'm becoming a fan.
The paper is from Craftwork Cards and the card base is 6" x 6". The sentiment was added on the computer before printing out. The font i've used is Freehand 591 BT.
I added a bit of pink chalk around the image on this one and cream on the wedding one.

It's so dark again today. I was going to do a bit of colouring this afternoon but i'll have to have a rethink on that one. Never mind..............................

7 comments:

  1. They are gorgeous Di and I love the papers too :o)

    hugs Vicky xx

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  2. This digi stamp is so cute and your cards are lovely.
    Anne x

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  3. These are wonderful Di,you knowthat Meljen are a favourite of mine too! I was pretty much in your camp,couldn't imagine using Digis but now I find myself using them more that stamping. I love how you can use them any size,flip them to face the other way and make them into backgrounds. I just wish that I could master using them for paperpiecing. I always get mixed up with which way my paper comes through the printer lol!Hope you've recovered from your busy working week,Julie.x

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  4. A lovely card I got into digis via pink petticoat and now I am always hunting for new providers x

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  5. Lovely cards Di! Little hint to Julie, who is a talented and seasoned crafter so might be mucking about when she said that she gets mixed up with paper through the printer :) I have a piece of paper with a pencil cross on it which I run through first if I forget! The cross goes in uppermost so I then know which way up the paper should go from the resulting printout..I know, I should remember anyhow!! Hope this makes sense? Di x

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  6. Aww how gorge are these cards. I think i need that digi as well. Love how you have used them. x

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