Sunday, 16 August 2015
The main card is made from both hints of silver and hints of gold Centura card, the different shades go so lovely with each other. The die used for this is the Spellbinders Labels 47, and so easy to use so differently. The centre piece is curved and just glued on the side edges, this giving a bowed effect.
The flowers were made also from using a die and inked with distressed ink and shaped into the finished effect and also leaves to compliment. Finished off by adding the pearls to the centres of the flowers, and the ribbon down the left side, which was tied into a knot rather than a bow.
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Thursday, 13 August 2015
Hi, Here goes my post for today....
This was one of the projects at my recent visit to my workshop....
The background was made by placing colour blocks on the base card, and when dry ran through an embossing folder, then used small amount of gilding waxes to highlight the design. This was then layered onto some black card and then onto the base 8 x 8 square card. The black topper was cut using a die and placed central. For the topper starting with a piece of thick card 4inches by 4inches.
Then texture paste was spread onto it and also some patches of blue paste, this was then heated with my heat tool until it started to bubble, whilst still heating it l used my other hand to prepare my stamp....inking it ready to place straight into the hot paste....left it in place until it had cooled down and then lifted it off. I was very pleased with the finished result, quite different from the norm..
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Tuesday, 11 August 2015
Sorry l haven't kept up to speed with my posting, but having a hectic time at mo as Mum's been in hospital for a while now and time seems to run out quickly....anyway here's my post for today.....
These are one of my projects that l have made recently, l am really into book folding at the moment, l find it so relaxing, though time consuming.
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