Saturday 4 May 2013

That Scrabble card from Wednesday

................finally got finished. Kath wanted to know what the letters would spell, so here it is:
I used:

- 6" x 6" square cream card stock, with the front covered with SU 'So Saffron' card

- black card stock, punched using Marth Stewart's Punch Around The Page 'Cherish' set

- SU 'So Saffron' scalloped heart, and a SU 'Real Red' plain heart, both cut using Nesties

- letters from the Scrabble tiles I won from Annie not so long ago, carefully dusted wiv the yellow duster knickers those bad girls sent them in!

Once again, we have sunshine here which has bleached the colours from saffron down to cream in the photo - but, hey, you get the idea anyhow.



  1. Wauuu gorgeous,
    have a lovely weekend
    hugs Tamara

  2. Lovely! Have a great weekend and hope the sun comes back as its raining here !

  3. Very novel card with the Scrabble tiles. Best use of them I'd say . . . Scrabble can be deathly dull . . . but your card is LOVELY.

    Sarn xxx

  4. Brilliant card Di great idea with the Scrabble theme and l'm gutted l just missed your snippets for last week by 2hrs sooooo annoying !! enjoy your weekend xx

  5. Good use of the scrabble tiles! How's the dusting going? x Jo

  6. Lovely card. I just bought a game of scrabble and a bingo game with wooden number in a charity shop. So pleased when I saw them x

  7. Well this is a fab card and I have to say the colours are perfect but I am certain that the tiles on the WOMWW are not the same as these, must go and check. Oops yes they were, well its the down and across that fooled me lol.Trying to teach my Ethan how to play scrabble to help him with his spelling, perhaps he could teach me instead.

    Kath x

  8. Only just spotted this post lovely to see you using your tiles....I can just imagine you making up lots of words with them ;-)
    A x

  9. brilliant!! Love the colour combo and the scrabble tiles! Hugs Juls


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