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It’s been another busy week and I am looking forward to the weekend – how about you?

I needed to create a card or three which I did do – with a little shopping in between!  Well it’s On Stage next week so no better time to treat myself to a new top or two!

Today’s card uses a stamp set that was designed for the Perpetual Calendar Project Kit.


Five Quick Steps
  1.  On your card base stamp flowers in Calypso Coral and Leaves in Mint Macaron.
  2.  Punch out your circles – Vellum 2 1/2″ Circle Punch,  Calypso Coral and Whisper White Circle Framelits and Mint Macaron 1 3/4″ Circle Punch
  3. Adhere Mint Macaron Circle flat onto Calypso Coral with Snail Adhesive. Adhere this onto the vellum with dimensionals.
  4.  Stamp hello in Calypso Coral and to you in Mint Macaron (Endless Birthday Wishes) and adhere to circles with dimensionals.
  5.  Adhere your layered circles onto your base card with dimensionals

TIP to get a lighter colour of your inks simply stamp off once or twice before stamping onto your card.

The Perpetual Calendar Stamp Set is a very versatile set as the images can be used to add to backgrounds or as the main image on a card like this one today.  I have more designs coming for this set so stay tuned!

Have you been to my Perpetual Calendar Class yet?


I have another coming up on 7th May and you’ll get to make this great calendar so you’ll never forget another important date!  Plus you’ll get tutorials for 4 bonus cards to make with the Stamp Set!


I hope you enjoyed todays Five Quick Steps Card.

Thanks for stopping by and see you latte ..



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  • Reply Marsha Reed

    Hi, Leonie. I loved your design so much that I CASEd it for today’s Watercooler Wednesday Challenges. Beautiful card!

    13 April, 2016 at 11:45 pm
    • Reply Leonie

      Oh thanks Marsha … I’ll go check out your card. I must say this is one of my favourites atm 😉

      14 April, 2016 at 1:12 am

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