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Tuesday 20 February 2018

Blogversary Challenge Reminder

A couple of weeks ago I published a post offering some blog candy!

In particular I offered the chance to win  a die from 
Craftstash - Stained Glass Rose Window,
 promising to post anywhere in the world.

So far I have had almost 150 people looking at the post - but only 1 person has entered...

I have made a few examples with my copy of this die: these two cards involved placing pink/gold card behind the die cuts.

This card used various coloured cards to paper-piece the die cuts.

Today I have used the die as a stencil with teal and aubergine sprays - through the dies and then using the ink on the die to make a second print.

I then cut the circles out:

I then used two of these circles as backgrounds on some quick Easter cards:

More details of these daffodils you will find in my video in Daffodils #2

More details of this daffodil you will find in my video in Daffodils

To be in with a chance to win this die I would love you to do the following:

  • Become a Follower of my blog (or already Follow)

  • Post a picture of my Candy on your Sidebar with a link to this post

  • Add your make to the linky below - with the theme "Thinking of You"

This Winner will be chosen by Random Org from those of you that have linked

 on Wednesday 28th February.

If you do not have a blog - email me (susanrenshaw0404@gmail.com) and I will make sure you are also in the running for the prize...

Good luck!

Happy Crafting!


  1. I love how you've used the die as a stencil, very effective. xx

  2. these that pretty blue card.
    I'm working backwards so I
    commented on it in a later
    thanks for sharing.


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