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Sunday, 12 January 2020

Last card of 2019

This was the last card I made in 2019,  and I made it for Vernon,  I used the die from the latest Tattered lace magazine for December,  and downloaded the papers that went with the die.  I finished off the card with gold peel offs and ribbon.

This is a card I received from Carollyn in the USA,  with one of her tatted  button angels,  she tatted the angel in size no 80 thread,  the card has a gold frame which has come out silver in the photo,  and a velvet red on the card,   gives a totally different feel to any card to touch. Thank you Carollyn.   I have the pattern for the button angel its on the to do list along with some other new patterns to try.

At the moment I am knitting pouches for the Joeys in Australia,  they need them for the injured animals from the fires.



  1. Two beautiful cards Margaret and I have to say how gorgeous that sweet button angel is, so pretty.
    How good to be trying to help the animals in Australia, its so tragic.xx

  2. Lovely card you made. Enjoy your knitting, not something I can do, sadly.

  3. Oh I am so glad you received your card and love your designs with all your hand made cards I love paper and enjoy watching your fun lovely post on how you made. Your cards💐😃💐

  4. A beautiful card for Vernon Margarat, and such a lovely card and thoughtful gift from your friend.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

  5. A very pretty card, lovely design xx


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