Tangled Fragments – Card Making

Hi everyone

Thank you so much to everyone who left a comment on my last post and to those of you who called in.

This is a scheduled post as I am still on “holiday”.  We are having a fabulous time with my cousin exploring inland Spain.

Today I just wanted to share a couple of cards I made recently using the Tangled Fragments Stamps.


Full details of how I made these cards can be seen on Chocolate Baroque’s DT blog HERE.


I am sad to say, because I have had such fun with them, that I am having to put these Tangled Fragment stamps away for now because Chocolate Baroque released some more new stamps in July.  Oh, they are gorgeous Christmas stamps.  I will have a few cards to share over the next few days.  I have more to tell you about those stamps but I will leave it for my next post.  I am mentioning them now because I know they are on special offer at the moment.

Thank you for looking.

Take care and happy stamping.

Florence x


  1. Valerie

    Two fab cards Flo, the first one reminds me of cobbles, I bet Kylie would like it!! The 2nd one looks like peacock feathers and the colours you’ve used are wonderful. Enjoy your travelling
    Val x

  2. Gerrina

    I can understand why you are sad; all the cards you made with these sets where such beauties! It showed you had such fun with them and they where just in your style! But then I think you’ll surprise us with more beautiful cards fromk the new sets aswell… Enjoy the summer, Gerrina

  3. lollthompson

    Both cards are so gorgeous Flo. Love the colors … so bright and full of life. Gorgeous designs from these stamps. Look forward to seeing what you’ve got coming next! Loll xx


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