... all are A5. One of the "Thinking of You" cards is for my Dad and is made using an image and background paper from Joanna Sheen's American Frontier CD - I have decoupaged the Native American with one layer. Finished off with an image of beadwork, a feather and peel-offs. The other "Thinking of You" card is made using an image and background paper from Jayne Netley Mayhew's CD from Joanna Sheen, and the cat has been decoupaged as well. This card is for my Aunt. It is finished off with an organza ribbon, gems and peel-offs. The final card is for a friend, who kindly did something very special - so I made the Art Deco card with an image and background taken from the Creative Cards Plus CD. Again this has been decoupaged with layers of the same image, finished off with a feather, 3 gems, a ribbon from the CD and peel-offs. Thanks for popping by. (Apologies for photos ... having to use flash!)
... board from the Glitter Girls. Used a couple of different Messy Rabbit sets here, coloured using Lyra Aquacolours from Joanna Sheen. The card is made using hexagon from the Bookafleur board embossed onto cream pearlescent card, and the next layer in dark green card. Finished off with peel-offs and organza ribbon. Box is green mirri board with leaves and roses embossed also from the Bookafleur and finished off with rose buds.
... both are on A6 blue card, with different backgrounds from Pad 2. Various images from the "Messy Rabbit" range. Coloured as before using Lyra watercolours. Finished off with peel-offs. Apologies for light, but had to use the flash. Thanks for dropping by.
... A6 cream linen, with half of one of the background sheets from pad 2 and 'Messy rabbit' and bits from various sets. Bees stamped and made a mess ... grrrrrr .... my fault ... will have to practice my stamping technique. Coloured in using Lyra crayons from Joanna Sheen. The sentiment will continue inside with ... "thinking about you". This card is for a friend. Thanks for looking.
... needed this weekend. OK, because we had a tidy up the inspiration has taken a walk ... hence the very simple cards. Both are A6 with images from Joanna Sheen's CD's ... one is from Dancing with Shadows, and the other is from Victorian Romance. The shapes and mats are all done using Wizard dies. Finished off with peel-offs, pearls and gems.