Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Wednesday Freebie - Perfectly Defined #1

Hiya gang :-) Tis Karen here with a Wednesday freebie for you. We all love to use sentiments and words on our cards and layouts, but sometimes it can be difficult to find just the right word. I will be creating a series of "Perfectly Defined" words for you, dictionary style, and showing you examples using these words.

I know I keep saying it but the beauty of our digital downloads is that you can get exactly the size you want, something quite impossible with a rubber stamp! So whether you want it titchy, or absolutely gigantic, the choice is yours :-)

The word this week is "cherish". I have created two definitions so really you can use it for so many occasions. Click on the picture to be taken to the FREE download - please give appropriate credit when you use it.


I use the pink definition (you get it in several formats - white, pink, simple and full) on my card here:




My Charmed image is one of our gorgeous Deletable stamps: Annie Sitting Pretty.



We hope you enjoy the Perfectly Defined range we will be bringing you, and look forward to seeing your creations :-)

9 comments:

pinky said...

Thanks for the gorgeous download, very useful!! and love the pink lol.
Pinky

ribenaruby said...

Thanks for a wonderful freebie!

Louise said...

Fab download - thank you for sharing :)
I love your card too x

Renkata said...

Stunning card and the word is just perfect!

Jac said...

This is fantastic Karen and so useful, look forwrad to putting it to good use, thank you

Gunn (Merete) said...

Karen, thanks for this great freebie. Your card is one of the most beautiful I seen this year. Love how you colored and placed sweet Annie. And this paper is stunning. Wow, really beautiful.
Hugs Gunn :-)

Louly said...

Karen that is amazing! You just get better and better with your digi art. Your card is absolutely beautiful - as always. Thank you for sharing xxx

Hazel said...

Beautiful - thank you x

Craftyrose said...

Thank you. xx

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