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"For my second project I used one of the cats images - so perfect for a best wishes or birthday or anniversary card. I combined it with patterend papers, some of them dry-embossed and slightly inked on the surface."
M is for Monkey! (more animal alphabet ATCs later this week?)
"Here is a card a made for Lunagirl's Vintage Menagerie challenge. It is a lovely rooster with its hen. I added a mat of spray webbing and some deco stickers to give the card itself a little vintage feel. The card is also being used for my challenge [thecheerfulstamppad.blogspot.com] as well because I embossed the sentiment. For my challenge, the theme is Use Embossing Powder."
"It was fun to choose from the animal images. I went for one I always loved and adored and it was always the first one I visited when going to the zoo, the giraffe. They look to elegant and stylish. It is one ofthe images on your: Animals at the Zoo collage sheet. I combined it with some patterned paper, twine, button and a little printed word."
|MICHELE STORMS: |
Stop and Smell the Flowers
|MANDY CHILVERS: |
Mon Ami (My Friend)
"I have been playing a lot with my Gelli plate lately and thought I would try a canvass. This is a canvass board with acrylics as the background. I used 4 stencils to make the background. The Lunagirl image of the giraffe blends well with the background. The little yellow gives the feeling of daybreak;"
A lively spring chorus surrounded by bright flowers!
Sweet & shabby Easter greetings! I love how the lace bow complements the lace-edged umbrella.
A gorgeous & playful card for springtime thoughts!
"I used the Rounded Corners technique on this card incorporating three of Lunagir'ls images. They all reflect Spring with images of little chicks. In the fourth section is a green bow. The sentiment is by Katie Hall and the flower is Stampin' Up."
Time for hide and seek! Love the bright colors of green and pink and yellow, perfect for this time of year.
"For the new challenge I used one image from your Garden Fantasy One collage sheet and as I had printed the image twice I thought it would be nice to create two pieces which you could use together for a special occasion: a card and a tag."