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Sunday, 21 November 2010

Rainbow Lady's challenge - Edge it

Over on Rainbow Lady's challenge blog she has asked us to edge it, so I have used a couple of gold mirri strips and cut the pattern out using my nesest MS punch. I have attached acetate to the card which has made  it almost impossible to photograph but you can get the idea.
This is made with the latest set of cd's from Debbie Moore called the venetian collection, I am loving using them at the moment.

If you can, go and have a look at Cynthia's blog, she has some exciting news to share and she's thinking of having a DT so if you're interested in that then give her a shout, she has some exciting challenges and they do make you think a bit but are great fun.

CD Sunday - Shabby Chic

This week over on the CD Sunday challenge we want you to have a go at doing something with the theme Shabby Chic. Now the team have made some great stuff and hopefully you will pop over and have a go.
 My card this week was made for my sisters birthday, she was 60 this time but didn't want to be reminded of it so I made this, with no 60 in sight. This is from the Joanna Sheen cd Ivory Cats, it's a fairly new addition to my collection but so well worth the money as it's a fab cd.

Bah! Humbug! - Lovely in Lilac

Over on Bah! Humbug! this week the challenge is lovely in lilac, well I've just got the new Debbie Moore set of CD's  and these two were on the masks disc. I only wanted to print them fairly small so told the printer I was using A5 paper.  These two card are A6 made frm an A5 card cut in half so they open sideways.

The backing paper is from Season's Greetings from the Artylicious range and both the masks have had gold and diamond glitter added in fairly generous amounts and then had gems put on them to really bling them up. 

I cannot take credit for the idea of using the masks as Christmas card that came from a friend of mine but she doesn't have a blog yet so I can pinch the idea for myself.


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