Tuesday, August 10, 2010
The card was made with card from my card stock, and glitter card from card stock. The Oriantal flowers were from a kit to make oriental screens.
The card to make the top tag, was from card stock, the card to make the other three tags were from DCWA mat stack books. The were then decorated with decoupage and the third one down was decorated with peeloffs, the butterfly peeloff was mounted onto velum and coloured with Tombow dual brush pens. Then I cut the butterfly out and mounted it onto the card with some Collall glue.
Wednesday, April 02, 2008
Inside is a photo, and some peeloffs, and some pretty ribbon.
On the reverse side is a butterfly topper, and photo and a cut out teddy. There is also a sentiment which says "Birthdays are nature's way of telling us to eat more cake".
Tuesday, April 01, 2008
This baby card that came out of it, I thought was a crisp, clean looking card. So the card and topper was from the kit. The blue spotted matting card was from the DCWV Nana's Kids Premium Stacks, some blue vellum for an insert, blue ribbon and of course some peel off stickers.
Monday, March 31, 2008
The card was a mans birthday card, who likes gardening, so thought this leaf on water would be fairly suitable. It is difficult to find suitable components for mens cards, as crafters are well aware. I do have mens decoupage, but thought this little chap on his leaf was suitable for a gardener.
I really like the Painbox and Faerie Poppets, they are so beautiful. The cards from the Fantasy Wonderland Kit are lovely, I feel like I'm cheating in a way, because most of the work is done for you, although I added some of the self adhesive ribbon that comes with the kit.
The Pansy from the Pansy card is also from the Small Beauties Diecut 3D decoupage.