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I hope you enjoy my post today featuring retiring products from the Annual and Occasions catalogues which will retire on May 31st.
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Today I have used the Sending Love suite of products from the Occasions catalogue to create this gorgeous 'sending love' themed card.
I wanted to create a card that was more than just 'valentines day'
Here is Australia we don't really celebrate Valentines Day, but I think it is fun to send cards letting someone know that you love them all year round.
Plus, there are always anniversaries and special occasions that you share with your loved ones.
My favourite part of this suite was those teeny tiny envelopes and the cute little liners that you could tuck inside. They also come with envelope flap liners but I didn't use those on this particular card.
I have also used the cute little embellishments that come as part of this collection which include those tiny little paper clips and the gorgeous wooden hearts. They are just adorable and I am going to miss those!
Here's a look at the card opened. As you can see it has a pretty funky edging. I have achieved this by using one of the framelits that comes in the set. How 3D and cool does this look?
To make it stand out even more I have backed it with some of the gorgeous designer paper from the suite.
I hope you have enjoyed looking at my card today using retiring products.
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