This one is from Kathy McDowell, a fellow Sudsoler. Kathy used Serene Silhouettes along with Teeny Tiny Wishes both stamped in Basic Black ink and then used her sponges to add the colour. Our beautiful Elegant Butterfly punch finishes of this work of art.
Isn't this beautiful? This is another swap from convention and is made by April Rain . The background is sponged and the images from Horse Frontier and tree from Christmas Lodge along with a couple of other stamp sets for the grasses.
are the words I use to describe this incredible card from Nena Shaw that I received as part of the SUDSOL swap at convention.
Look at all the layering of images that Nena did, she used five different stamp sets. Stippled Blossoms, Everything Eleanor, Papillion Potpourri, Itty Bitty Bits, A word for you and six ink colours. Inside
What doesn't show in the pictures are the mini pearls on the flowers. Thank you Nena, for such a gorgeous card.
and we are "not" talking about putting the birds in a tree. Lana Raptoplous traded a beautiful card with me at Conveniton, and it is another one of those cards that makes one step back and think, wow, I would never have thought of that. I had the set Aviary, don't use it much, but I have it. I have Lovely as a Tree, had it for years and use it regularly, put the two sets together-how?
Just like a interior designer would do, put a plant in the old fashioned bird cage! Lana used just the top of the old Oak tree, and stamped it in Old Olive and then used Basic Black to stamp the Birdcage. The image is matted with Basic Black and attached to a piece of Old Olive that has been ran through the Big Shot with the Square Lattice die. I am starting to feel that I am not the only one that loves that folder.
for your card, well, do like Julie Brooks from Alamosa Colorado did and create your own for a stunning work of art.
The zebra is from Zoo Review and is simply stamped with Black Stazon, only colouring is the green grass beneath his feet.
What Julie did to create this stunning paper is attached funkily cut pieces of Whisper White to Basic Black cardstock and then ran the piece through the Big Shot with the Square Lattice Impressions folder, creating a seamless look. Now that is a simple WOW!
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