Using Spellbinders Tag dies to make the frame around the circle
I hand made my watercoloured paper adding various stamps around the piece. The girls are a digital image, printed and coloured with pencils
Using distress inks smooched onto an acrylic block for the background and double stamping in two colours to create shadow
Hand rolled roses and hand made stick pin for this one.
Had a go at a shaped card. Really pleased how this one turned out.
This one was inspired by Jacqueline. Using some more hand made watercoloured paper, using Hero Arts Frame and Hydrangea stamps.
This one was for a CASE study challenge ( which made it to the Top 3). One of my all time favourites for the year.
This elegant beauty is a digital image combined with PP, Embossing folder and a Hero Arts sentiment.
A fun Penny Black stamp set, some distress sponging and some pretty PP combined with a soft ribbon finished this one off.
Another digi image ( from Heather Ellis ~Pure Innocence~) lots of fun papers and some fun with a Tim Holtz rosette die.
Loved the simplicity of this card as well as the brown and gold yellow colours
And finally the card I made for my parent's 55th wedding anniversary. A digi image from Mo's Digital Pencil. Loved how my felt roses turned out.
This year I also had my cards showcased in Hero Arts Social Thursday, City Crafter's challenge Blog, CASE Study, and twice over at Wee Memories.
Thanks for bearing with me through the year of cards.... It's been fun and I have learnt heaps and been inspired by many... THANK YOU all.