14 October 2015


Hello there, so sorry I haven't been around for a week or so. Today though, I finally have a card to share with you. I got hold of a couple of Winnie & Walter word dies last week and couldn't wait to have a play!

I started off by taking a sheet of TH Watercolor Cardstock and die cutting the In A Word: Hugs Cutaway die from it. Keeping it inside the panel, I then applied TH Distress Inks in Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Mermaid Lagoon and Blueprint Sketch. I then took the TH Distress Sprayer bottle and spritzed water on to the panel, it gave quite large splatters but I quite like the effect.
Once dried, I took the hugs portion out of the panel and then die cut another three of them. These were then layered up. The panel was added to a white A2 card base, followed by the hugs word inlaid back in.
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 I hope you are all doing well. Thank you so much for visiting me today. Hope you have a great day!


  1. Glad you're back with us. Hope you've been OK. This is fabulous! I love that die and the background - need to try that with my new distress inks :) xx

  2. Lovely design Michelle! LOVE those W&W dies (I can't find them here in the UK) ;( Have a great day! Hazel xx

  3. I love it - good to see you back!

  4. Fab card - you and your blog have been missed love the colours .Glad you and your blog are back :)


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