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Sunday, 23 August 2009

A couple of this weeks card's

Before I start off on a journey to see what challenges I fancy this week I thought I might post a few of the cards I made this week, which left me no time for challenges.

First off are two cards I made for my DD's best friend and my surrogate 2nd Daughter. The first one is an anime image I found online coloured in with prismas with hints of sakura stardust pens for highlights, the backgrounds are all mats from a kit I got from QVC. Excellent value for money with some great colours, textures and shapes. The mirrored mat I did myself.

I had mounted up the girl before I decided she looked a little bland around the edges but figured it was too late as she was already on the card then I had a brainwave........ I stuck the discarded card from when I cut the nestie shape out back over the card and then got a nice scrolly stamp and randomly stamped it around the edge. The previously discarded waste protected the layers that this was sitting on.

The second card is a Sketching Stamper digi stamp coloured in with prismas and OMS.

I found it difficult matching the background for this as the colours were quite vivid. In the end I plumped for some paper from a huge K&Co 360 paper stack. This one is from the Wild Saffron range.

Flowers on both cards are from my stash.



  1. The blue card is a bit saucy isn't it!!!
    Love the colouring in the perfume card. Great colour scheme - very strong.

    Ali x

  2. You have been busy!
    And no purple???
    Great cards - again!

  3. I love anime images and think the one you have used is great and the mat combination is very effective.
    Wonderful cards


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