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Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Hold Fast To That Which Is Good....


Happy St George's Day everyone!
I'm flying the flag for England today - though I had to add the Yorkshire Rose (OK maybe it's a Carnation lol)
They say that St George was born in Palestine, but I think he was from around here 'cos there's a pub in the village named after him!
My arch was cut with the Tim Holtz die, and all of the stamps are by Artistic Outpost - the quote is from the Typography plate.
These are the insides of my arches. They've been coloured with spray inks and DI's.
The stamps are a combinations of the two London Plates, London Underground and Loverly London
The two arches are joined together with a strip of seam binding which allows them to stand up and also to close.
I can see me having loads of fun with this die :-)
I'm entering this into the Artistic Outpost April referral,
Fashionable Stamping - sentimental, and
Pan Pastel - red white and blue 
Thanks very much for looking and enjoy your St Georges Day x

12 comments:

  1. Love what you have made. Enjoy St George's Day! Valerie

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  2. This is wonderful! I just posted on my blog that we don't do anything to celebrate our Saints day and here you have made a terrific piece.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  3. This is terrific, Sue, I love it!

    Lucy x

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  4. A beautiful project with great details. Thanks for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.

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  5. Thanks for joining us at PanPastel Uk Challenge Blog.Your project is super I really like how you have decorated the inside.

    Kerry DT Leader

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  6. Great make Sue, just ordered those arches, can't wait to play!!!

    Sam xxx

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  7. A wonderful project, great details. Thank you for joining us at FSC this time.
    Yvonne/Meggymay

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  8. Great arches honoring St. George's Day, Sue! Being from the U.S., I didn't even know there is such a day! Love those vintage-y stamps and the inks are just perfect for them! You are a very busy girl, of late!! Enjoying your creativity from Boston (in NEW England)! ;-)

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  9. Ohh woww just love it, great detaills you have wow..thank you for sharing your project with the DT from PanPastel UK. Hugs Terry xxxx

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  10. Hi Sue, what a fantastic project, really love the front- very striking and I love all the detail inside. Thanks for joining us at FSC and PanPastel UK this week
    Claire xx

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  11. Really fabulous, I love the shape and the images and the charm is gorgeous. Thank you for joining in with the PanPastel challenge
    Lindsay xx

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  12. How could I now love this card with all those lovely AO images! Love how you used the arch die for this design! Thank you for joining us at FSC!

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Thank you so much for your comments x