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fabric flowers

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I had a day where I thought ‘I really need to make fabric flowers’, you know, like you do. Anyways, I found my box of fabric scraps and started messing around with gathering bits of materials and sewing them together.

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book page wedding cards

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I made two wedding acceptance cards for friends Jemma (The Embellished Elf) and Ross, and Clare and Neil using book pages again.

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wedding heart card

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Inspired by the two G/Jems, I decided to investigate the exciting world of fabrics and book pages on cards. I have received some amazing cards from both Gemma at GeeWHIZZoriginals and Jemma at Miss Jemma Elf utilising these very things, and eager to beaver away with all things craft, gave it a go myself.

Two pieces of fabric, a book page, a button, some pinking shear action and voila! It’s all cut rather roughly, as I prefer a more haphazard and laidback approach.

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Dearest Sultana

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My work, thoughts and inspiration

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" I Don't Do Fashion, I am Fashion." - Coco Chanel

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A fashion and lifestyle blog with a little of what I love

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About the gift of love and life and gifts for all the happy occasions the duo entail.

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Discover treasures where others see nothing unusual

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Random ramblings

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CRAFTS WITH A TWIST OF RETRO :)

TheMakingBox

Sharing the love of making stuff.

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Venting my anger at the woos

I've become my parents

Things my son needs to know before he grows up to be just like me.

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Come for the stick figures. Stay for the Bergman.

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