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Grand Madison Window Die

Last month I ordered a few new dies and the Grand Madison Window (the one that I was really hanging out to play with) recently arrived in the post.

I had a stamped photo sitting on my craft desk ready to make into a sympathy card, so I placed it behind a black cut out of the window and voila ... a very quick and easy card emerged.

I have seen so many beautiful cards on Pinterest that have been created with this die and I can't wait to use some as further inspiration.


Thanks for stopping by,

Comments

Wow Brownyn! This is truly stunning.
Nikki Spencer said…
What a fabulous card Bron, l can hear the creative wheels turning from here, that die is great, l'm looking forward to seeing what else you come up with. xxx
Sam said…
Gorgeous card Bronwyn. I can see why you were looking forward to getting this die!
Debi said…
great card Bron, was wondering when we'd see some of your creations with this die, it's such a cool die, Debi x
H2 :) said…
Simply stunning! Love the combination of stamping & photography. Can't wait to see what else you create with this die. :)
Mae's Cachet said…
That Die is beautiful and I can see many ideas of what can be seen through that window! Looking forward to seeing what else you create with it. Have fun with it!
Jodene said…
Wow Bron, the scene from your window is simply stunning! Love this card :)
Kathy said…
Wow, this is so gorgeous, I've never seen anything like it!
Had to drop by Bronwyn ....after seeing this gorgeous card over on Pinterest.......Just beautiful!

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