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Angela Hannawin

Tattered Lace Camper Van and Caravan. This was a Father's Day card, but was also the same as my brother's birthday card to bring back memories of camping in our childhood.

Lynne Lee

Rambling Rose die-cut used to embellish this card.

Lynne Lee

Clarity Stamps embossed in silver on cardstock from Anna Marie Designs, with Tattered Lace die-cuts too.

Monika Girsa

Made using my latest dies.

Monika Girsa

Made using my latest dies.

Monika Girsa

Made using my latest dies. The big flower is made by me.

Lisa Smith

I used a selection of dies from the Tattered Lace Chantilly Lace collection for this card, along with a Tattered Lace Lacy Daisy die.

Lisa Smith

I made this card using the gorgeous Large Flourish die that came free with issue 6 of the Tattered Lace magazine. I snipped off the flowers and used some of them together with a die in the centre of the card.

Susan Taylor

Susan Taylor

Susan Taylor

Susan Taylor

Susan Taylor

Jenny Lowcock

This card raised money for Wetherby Nursing Home resident fund. I used Crafter's Companion Peter Rabbit backing paper and topper through the window, Tattered Lace Window, With Love and Mini Flowers dies and Spellbinders Small Label.

Jenny Lowcock

Wedding card using all Tattered Lace dies. I used Florentine Fancy Edges set 1, Over The Edge set 1 and 2, free Florentine Bells and free Letters.

Val Dodd

A Christening card made with pink satin background, a pink satin tatty lace teddy die cut the freebie die from the Magazine No. 2 (double delights).

Deborah

Wedding card made with Florentine Dies and a Church Die.

Mo Terry

For my Granddaughter's birthday I used the Granddaughter Die, the Carriage Die and the Castle with Spellbinders Fairies.

Sophie Halden

I used the Bloomsbury Die for the focal element, Everyday Sentiments for the message and Bloomsbury corners on the edges. I laminated a few layers of the die-cuts to give a little bit of height to the card, then backed them on lilac coloured mirri.

Diane Jarvis

This Father's Day card is embellished with the Alphabet Bunting dies and the Golf Bag and Clubs from His Sporting Embellishments.

Rebecca Reid

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Rebecca Reid

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Diane Jarvis

This 'Garden Shed' card features the Cabin die as its focal point. Other dies used include the Small Fern die.

Diane Jarvis

This 'Garden Shed' card features the Cabin die, and is embellished with other dies including the Small Fern die.

Diane Jarvis

This 'Garden Shed' card features the Cabin die, Gardening Embellishment dies and the Small Fern die.

Lynne Lee

Best Wishes plaque cut from green and grey Ventura Pearl cardstock, then layered up to create a 'shadow' image.

Lynne Lee

Best Wishes plaque cut from the Anna Marie happy birthday card, layered onto silver mirror board die-cut.

Lynne Lee

The Best Wishes plaque and free Butterfly die from the Create and Craft magazine were used to make this card.

Lynne Lee

Card made using free papers from a magazine and the free Create and Craft Magazine Butterfly die.

Lynne Lee

Silver wedding anniversary card using the Best Wishes die.

Lynne Lee

Glamorous Shoe die with the Stamped Shoe Background die.

Lynne Lee

Made using the Glamorous Shoe and Best Wishes dies.

Jackie Parker

I have used the Tattered Lace Counting the Moments die along with the Alphabet and Word dies. The small rose was made using Tonic petal pairs and to finish it off I used Tattered Lace bling on the ribbon and a flourish by the rose.

Jane Kirby

I made this card using the interlocking Happy Birthday die and the Butterfly die that came free with one of the Tattered Lace Magazines.

Jane Kirby

I made this card using the free die with Volume 6 of the Tattered Lace Magazine.

Diane Jarvis

This simple card really shows off the Fern die from the Leaf Collection.

Diane Jarvis

This Caravan Couple card features a Jolly Nation stamp embellished with the new Caravan die. The flower is finished with the Fern die from the Leaf Collection.

Diane Jarvis

This masculine card features the new Camper Van die as well as the Fern die!

Diane Jarvis

This beach-inspired card features the new Cabin die and the Bucket and Spade die. The flower was made using Spellbinders Blooms 3.

Diane Jarvis

This Cumbrian Camper Van card features the new Camper Van die, and is combined with a background cut from an old map book. The flower is made using Spellbinders Blooms 3, combined with a Tattered Lace Leaf die.

Diane Jarvis

This card features the new Campervan die that I cut from pink and white card and joined together. Simple, but effective!

Mandy Sullivan

Today's card is made entirely from Tattered Lace dies - and is all based around the new hedgehog die. As soon as I saw it, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it - make a wedding card. I hope you like my Mr and Mrs Hedgie!

Diane Jarvis

This simple but effective card uses the Tree of Wonder die and the Cherished Flourish die. It is finished with gems and a butterfly peel-off.

Val Dodd

A Christmas card with a snowflake embossed design on Centura Pearl, Tattered Lace Boots, the Tattered Lace Christmas Florals, and Tattered Lace Christmas Greetings.

Jane Kirby

I had some 3D decoupage flowers to use up, so I made this using the Chantilly Heart die and one of the arrangements. I also added some of the cut-out pieces from the die - some tiny hearts and some scrolls!

Diane Jarvis

This simple card features the Chamomile Spray and Shoe dies, and is finished with pearls.

Jane Middleton

I used a Die'sire Rose Garden embossing folder by Crafter's Companion, and a Spellbinders die embossed in a Cuttle Bug folder. I highlighted some of the roses with glamour dust, and added a Deco couple....

Ann Verity

A simple card with pink gems and a bow.

Christine Bailey

This card was made for a wedding. It is made from black pearl card and is 8x8 inches. It is made up of the Tattered Lace Chantilly Flourish on ivory card in the four corners, Labels 20 Dies from Spellbinders...

Christine Bailey

This is a Christmas Card that I made with red pearl and white card. I have embossed most of the top layer, and printed at the bottom in red print. I used the Tattered Lace Chantilly Flourish and Tattered Lace Boot with a red satin bow...

Diane Jarvis

I have used the His DIY/Gardening Embellishments dies to embellish this pretty gardening-themed card. The tiny butterflies are the waste from the Red Carpet Dress Die.

Diane Jarvis

This card is all about the Red Carpet Dress. The flowers are made from Spellbinders Blooms Dies.

Diane Jarvis

This French Fancy features the Red Carpet Dress Die, and is combined with a number of Spellbinders Dies together with feathers, ribbons and pearls.

Deborah Rose

I made this Mother's Day card using the Chantilly Die Collection.

Deborah Rose

I made this birthday card using the Chantilly Flourish, Handbag, Glam Shoes and Happy Birthday Dies.

Diane Jarvis

Paris in Springtime features an Art Deco couple, and is combined with a number of Spellbinders Dies to complete this card.

Diane Jarvis

I have used the golf bag and golf club from His Sporting Embellishments to embellish this hand-coloured image of a golfer.

Helen

I made this Mother's Day card from the His and Her Collection. I cut two of the flower heads to make them more dimensional.

Diane Jarvis

This Birthday card was made using the Dress and Happy Birthday Dies, and is finished with pearls and flowers.

Diane Jarvis

This card features the Chamomile Spray mounted on a mat using Spellbinders Grand Nestabilities Ovals, and the Cherished Flourish. The card is finished off with pearls.

Winifred Kennedy

I have used a Camden Town paper with the Tattered Lace champagne bottle and shoe.

Winifred Kennedy

I have used a Nancy Watt download, and split up a Tattered Lace Die.

Lynne Lee

Free Rambling Rose Die and paper from Issue 5 Magazine. Die-cut from Damson Coloured Pearl card, the larger roses have been cut twice, cut out, and decoupaged. Finished with the Best Wishes Die.

Lynne Lee

I was so excited when my Tattered Lace magazine arrived with my free dies, that I grabbed the first thing in my scraps box - a used pink, spotty envelope! I then cut out the stunning roses.

Olwyn Thwaites

Using Oriental Lady and Screen Dies.

Andrea Allen

The card and paper were given a distressed look by sanding the edges and inking. I stamped the background paper. I used a part of Hidden Amore Edge, Beloved Edges, and Doily Delights.

Helen Morris

I used a white A5 card blank, matted and layered with Silver Mirri and embossed White Centura Pearl. I threaded some silver/grey satin ribbon through the card, then made a frame and border.

Val Troy

I have used the cCascading cCircle, mMini lLavish bBlooms, and eElegant aAlphabet to make this card for my mum.

Sonya Hawthorne

This card is made from white cardstock, with the frame embossed and the middle cut out. In the middle, I used the Chantilly Petal Die cut from Silver Mirri Card, with Lavish Blooms Lily Dies made into two flowers added to the front.

Sonya Hawthorne

This card was made using cream and buttermilk cardstock, dies that I already had, and also the new Flower Dies from Tattered Lace.

Marian Johnston

I made this card using the Lovely Lacy Champagne Bottle.

Marian Johnston

I made this card using the free gift from magazine 2 - the Double Delights.

Lynne Lee

Ginger jar die cut from Centura Pearl peach paper backed with grey card. The same grey card was used for the background, embossed through Sheena's Oriental Lanterns folder with gilding wax rubbed over to give a bit of a glow.

Lynne Lee

I used the Best Wishes die, cut three times in black, copper and teal which are layered up and slightly offset. The background is the Leafy Hearts Clarity stencil embossed and inked through with peacock feathers, distress ink then a patchy application of gilding flakes.

Lisa Smith

For this card I used Chantilly Lace corner and border dies and Lacy Daisy die

Lesley Wood

I used Chantilly Heart Corner to make this Diamond Anniversary Card. This pic is the inside of the card.

Lesley Wood

I used the Chantilly Heart corner to make this Diamond Wedding Anniversary card. This pic is the front of the card.

Pat Smith

I made this card for my best friend's birthday using the two different shoe dies, label and flower Tattered Lace dies and a scalloped edge border, and then I used the bits out of the scalloped border to decorate the card.

Jane Kirby

This is one of my very first attempts at die-cutting. I used the outer circle from the Doily Cupcake Circle die and the tiny bow from the Lattice Bow die.

Winifred Kennedy

I used the Tattered Lace cake die.

Viki Thompson

I used "Glam Shoe" and "Ornamental Rose" for this ivory and black card.

Norma King

My friend Sue now has her first Grandson, Theo, so I made this card with the free dies from the Tattered Lace magazine, an embossing folder, Mabel Lucy Atwell CD with Craftwork bow.

Anne Daily

For this I used Tattered Lace Chantilly Flourish and Chantilly Rose Bunting, along with a smaller bow from Piece of Cake Collection.

Anne Daily

I've used Tattered Lace Chantilly Corner and Tattered Lace Vintage Car.

Viki Thompson

I used "Tattered Lace" dies, Antique Rose and the large Cross for this baby's dedication card. The dies are so beautifully detailed that all I had to add was a touch of pink.

Sandra Fairclough

I used the Tattered Lace Cross as the main focal point and backed the cut outline of the cross with silver Mirri card. This was mounted on a dotty embossed background and decorated with parchment embossed flowers.

Carol Kimberley

I made this wedding card using only Tattered Lace dies - Chantilly Flourish, Mr & Mrs Plaque and Bride & Groom dies.

Carol Frost

I have used Tattered Lace book which is beautiful and adaptable. I used Spellbinders grid as the background and Spellbinders flowers.

Sam King

I made this wedding card using only Tattered Lace dies - Chantilly Flourish, Mr & Mrs Plaque and Bride & Groom dies.

Jane Taylor

This A5 card has a Centura Pearl ivory base, the front is covered in a linen-effect pastel blue paper. I used the Tattered Lace Oriental Fan, the Serif Craft Artist Japanese Garden Digikit and my Brother ScanNCut!

Audrey Jones

I used the "With loveon your birthday" frame doily and the smaller bow, both from TatteredLace. I just love the detail of these dies.

Carol Fox

I used the the free die offthe first tattered lace magazine to make this card for my husband for our 18th wedding anniversary.

Sarah Carter

I used a corner flourish die in the bottom left, a flower die and a leafflourish die which added a nice colour to the card

Winifreed Kennedy

I have used the oval die,the cupcake rose and small bow and Happy Birthday.

Winifreed Kennedy

Used the Heart die and theWith Love die. Made it into a triple lair card.

Sam Perry

This card was made usingthe free die from tattered lace magazine volume two and the small bow die.

Chris Godfrey

This wedding card was made using dies from the Touch of Lace collection including the Chantilly Heart andChantilly Swag/Tiara borders. Alphabet bunting and a sentiment die finish off this large card.

Chris Godfrey

Wedding Table Number Frame-made with dies from the Touch of Lace collection including the Chantilly Bowand alphabet bunting.

Chris Godfrey

Card featuring Chantillycorner, swag and tiara borders made with vellum.

Cindy Clayton

This is my anniversary card to my husband for our 44th wedding anniversary. I used the dancing couple, the gramophone and the musical notes.

Joy Davy

I made this with the free die that came with the Tattered Lace Magazine No 2.

Sam Perry

This card uses mini cupcake and boarder dies from the beginners' kits featured on Create and Craft.

Stephen

I used Double Delights Adore D274 die, A4+ papers and card and Tattered Lace glue.

Joy Davy

I made this with theTattered Lace Ornamental Diamond Die