Never Forget …


When searching for a die in one of my drawers I came across two small decorative dies that I haven’t used for a long time. Both have a slight oriental feel to them. I can’t remember who the manufacturer is, sorry. Using some papers gifted to me recently I cut some and using a landscape orientation, I added them to the card front with the split as per the sketch. After die cutting the small circle I added it to a slightly larger white circle and then with foam tape added it to the card front. I cut a small heart out of a scrap sparkly piece and I stamped the sentiment onto a black strip and heat embossed it. The sentiment comes from a newish set by MFT called Friends like you. These are all fairly long sentiments and are good for slimline cards. I chose one of the shorter ones for this card. After adding the sentiment I tucked the heart slightly underneath then I added some tiny gems on the printed dots that were part of the pattern on the top piece. This will probably go to a friend who is struggling a bit at the moment. She needs a paper hug as I can’t give her a real one. Even without Covid it would be hard as she lives in another country.

12 thoughts on “Never Forget …

  1. Beautiful card and sentiment. I like that you changed the orientation of the sketch and that you found that great die. The little heart tucked into the sentiment strip works.

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  2. Thanks Gayle – I enjoyed making this one and I just experimented with those dies and they fit perfectly into the MFT slimline circle die so I’m using them again later today.


  3. Wow, Johanna, what a gorgeous card! You really pulled together some different things in an amazing way, a lovely study in blue! What fun dies! Thanks so much for playing at Sunday Stamps!

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  4. I’m so happy you like it and I’ve just found another way to use those dies so it was good to pull them out of my stash.


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