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I chose to work with the stained glass cross as I thought it was a beautiful image and I could start my Easter cards.
As usual the details of how I made this card you will be in the next issue of TTCRD magazine. Incidentally, the new issue has just been published and you can see a peek on the right-hand side of my blog.
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So now it is over to you. See you on the other side, hugs, Theresa xx.
I love the beautifully coloured window with the pretty Spring Daffodils Theresa, and the background really does look like the bricks of a more modern church. xReplyDelete
thanks Pat. that is what i wanted to achieve xxDelete