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My UStamp with Dawn and Friends Project

My tutorial for the Year End Blow Out has been released so I'm excited to share with you some pictures of the project that I designed using the upcoming Sale-a-bration Set, Bliss.

Bliss Chocolate Heart Valentine Holders and Co-ordinating Card

Bliss Vintage Card

The Four Chocolate Holders

Inside View of one of the Chocolate Holders
(Complete with Tag)

A full tutorial on how to complete the project is available from the YEBO Edition of UStamp with Dawn and Friends. Click on the blinkie below to take you there.

Thanks for stopping by my blog,


Danielle Daws said…
Woohoo! LOVE this project!
WOWSERS! This is sensationally stunning, Bronwyn! Gorgeous. I can't wait to have a play! What fun! Hugs xxaxx
Patrice said…
Wow Bron, fabulous! You've done a wonderful job of this project. Congrats!
Robyn said…
How beautiful! Can't wait to see the new SAB sets- they look like they are going to be so pretty!
Paula Dobson said…
I never get sick of looking at this divine project Bron. It really is - simply STUNNING!
Anonymous said…
This is GORGEOUS! Im off to sign up!
KimB said…
Bron - if you don't get asked back I would be very surprised!! This is gorgeous - everything - design, textures and details - WOW!!!!
I love those chocolate card holders! WOW Bron these projects are totally AWESOME!!! Thanks for sharing!
SMiles and hugs SHarnee :)
Tania Gould said…
On blog these look amazing - in person these look AMAZING!!! Well done on creating these gorgeous, gorgeous GORGEOUS little beauties!!! You worked so hard and it has DEFINITLY paid off!!! Go you!
About Me said…
Bronwyn - how GORGEOUS!!!! I love the colours and vintage feel - they are just STUNNING!!!! Ohhh I just have to go back for another look - they are just so beautiful! xxx
Sandra said…
Absolutely gorgeous Bronwyn!
Jo said…
Bron, this set is totally gorgeous. Love it all. Those chocolate holders look divine.
Karen said…
Wow what a great project, simply divine, Might have to pop over to UStamp with Dawn seen it around but never been there.
Created By You said…
Wow, this is stunning! You did a fabulous job!
Sharon F.

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