Saturday 4 January 2014

Magazine 'freebies'

This month's 'Quick Cards Made Easy' came with some Kaisercraft papers and embellishments:
 I used:

- 6" x 6" square white card blank

- patterned paper and the rose embellishment by Kaisercraft, free with QCME magazine

- SU's 'Tangerine Tango' plain card stock, behind the patterned paper and also used for a scalloped die cut oval behind the rose embellishment

- a snippet of tangerine ribbon, carefully kept from where it was tied round the top of a cello bag of 'Christmas spice and tangerine peel' pot pourri - the house smells gorgeous :)

Another quick and easy make.



  1. Oh so beautiful card
    love the rose
    hugs Tamara

  2. Lovely card Di, I haven't broken into mine have inspired me! x

  3. Tee hee Di! I recognise those papers!!!

    You have used my favourite from the pad too!!

    I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and wish you and your family all the best for 2014.

    See you in the playground tomorrow .. .. along with one of my new year resolutions LOL!!!

    Love Jules xx

  4. FAB card Di. Love the colours you used . . . and even better that they were FREE!

    Happy Saturday to you.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

  5. Another beautiful card Di. Only today I considered buying that magazine because of the freebie but rejected it (because of the drawer full of magazine freebies) and now I'm regretting my decision - the paper and die-cut are so pretty and the colours are fab. And the Tangerine Tango makes for a super layer and topper. Hugs, Elizabeth

  6. Lovely spring colours and so pretty xx

  7. Beautiful papers and the colours are fabulous, great card Di.

    Kath x

  8. Lovely card there Miss. Great that you are using your freebies rather than store them forever and a day. Ahem!! Time to take note of my own comments!

  9. Very pretty. I used to always feel like I was cheating when I used those pre-made card toppers, but dang, that's what they are made for.

  10. What a fab freebie Di your card is amazing as xx


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