I'm back to encourage you to join me resurrecting an old blog post, sharing past crafty work with other like minded crafters.
In order to join me all I ask is that you leave a comment below, then post your oldie on your blog, linking back here.
This means that I know that you have joined me "sharing an oldie" but more importantly it will allow me to visit all who have.
It can be anything at all that you have made with your own fair hands. As the saying goes "the more the merrier!"
Today I have a die based card for you.
For this card I have used Madison Square dies by Sue Wilson, with white and navy pearlescent card stock. The sentiment stamp is by Papertrey ink, Half and half set. Pearls and ribbon from my stash.
It only remains for me to thank you in anticipation that you have joined me, I look forwards to seeing your work too.
Today I have a little housework, food shopping and ironing on the agenda, can't wait! Not.
I do however, have the weekend off so I am hoping to get some time and inclination to craft.
Enjoy your weekend.
Hi Erika, Your card is absolutely gorgeous. What lovely dies they are. I've not sorted mine out yet but will link up this afternoon. Barbxx
Love all the dies, and this card is so elegant !
Have a super week-end ! xxx
Gorgeous die cuts which are beautifully put together and the monochromatic style is very striking too.
Hi Erika, and I do hope you all had a fab Christmas and New Year.
Not managed to play this week, but I love your oldie, the dies are beautiful and I love the colour theme.
Over your way last week,went to Lossiemouth for a beach walk and Would have gone to Hopeman, but kept missing the turn off, sometimes Alistair just doesn't pay attention, however it was still a lovely walk, take care and have a super weekend, Kate x
Hello Erika, Your card is beautiful. I came way to your blog by Barb. I'm not sure how to link up. But I want to play along so here is my humble little blog site: http://victoryfirst.blogspot.com/2016/01/oriental-doors.html
Thanks you :)
Beautiful, you use your dies so well. Puts me to shame as I don't use mine much at all. Hope you have a lovely weekend.....and manage some fun crafty time too!
hugs Jo x
Love your card I thought it was one you had just made. Forgot all about oldie Friday. I must get back into it. Hazel X
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