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Coastal Cabana Owl for Perfectly Rustics

What's new?  A brand new challenge blog and some exciting SU products coming our way in July!

Firstly, let me introduce you to Perfectly Rustics Challenge Blog, the brainchild of fellow team members, Kim, Sharnee and Jayne.  They officially kick off their challenges in July but have an Open Challenge this month.  Seeing that I had a little time to craft over this long weekend, I made a card especially for their challenge....

... and also got to play with some new stuff while I was at it.  Yay!!


Let me introduce you to, Coastal Cabana Owl -






Check out one of the New In-Colours from the 2013 - 2015 Collection, Coastal Cabana and the cute, Very Vintage Designer Button!
(Available early July)

Why don't you hop along to, Perfectly Rustics and join in with their open challenge?







Thanks for stopping by,

Thanks!!

Comments

Kim Butterworth said…
Thanks for our first entry. Love the detail with the lace and pearl necklace. Quite the lady owl! Thanks for playing along at Perfectly Rustics!
Nikki Spencer said…
She is adorable Bron, love her pearls! How yummy is Coastal Cabana, l so can't wait to get my Pre-Order.
Think l need to head over to check out "Perfectly Rustics" now. xxx
What a gorgeous card! You are so creative, Bronwyn. These shaped cards are fabulous. Thanks for the recent blog love! Hugs xxx
Hello dear Bron,
WOW your Owl is soooo pretty!! I love the embossed detail, that button is devine and the pearly necklace sets her off so well!
How fabbo that you've jumped in on the challenge! Thanks heaps!!!
Can't wait to play with the new in-colours too!!! YAY!
SMiles SHarnee :)

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