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Card of the Week- Enjoy



Products used- White, matallic and blue card stock (various brands), backing paper - DCWV, SWALK stamp from Crafter Companions, Pro Markers, Crochet flower- Dear Lizzy range by American Crafts, pin from local haberdashery


This is the card I made for my friend Val's retirement. I didn't want to put on Happy Retirement. I thought Enjoy was far more appropriate.

Good Afternoon from Pickle Land


Hope to speak to you very soon


Love Lesley xx

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  1. I am indeed enjoying your 'enjoy' card! :-) What a lovely sentiment for a retirement xx

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  2. Love this take on marilyn Monroe stamp. Enjoy is certainly the best way to describe retirement. Another great card!

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