Friday, March 4, 2011

Nature Walk

I think this is my new favorite set.  Oh, who am I kidding?  They’re all my favorite!

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I “cased” this beautiful card from Kay Kalthoff.  I think this is not the first time I’ve done that!  Thanks Kay!!!

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This is one of two cards for this month’s card class.  I’ll show you a quick and easy way to make this square background.

Here is the second card we’ll be making.  The idea for this card came from a swap I received at Leadership this year.  It was created by a talented French Canadian, Elise Pelletier.

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Here’s another sample from this set.  It’s provides a great opportunity to use your watercolor crayons.  I had so much fun with these.  Doesn’t it look like I’m an accomplished painter? It’s amazing how you can color in these stamped images and have them look like they were painted by a professional.  I have no talent what so ever, when it comes to painting.  That’s why I love stamps!

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I basically copied the card just as I saw it, except for making it in portrait format instead of landscape.  You can see Lisa Young’s card here.

On the way home from Leadership, Mandy and I caught a ride from a demo we’d just met (long story).  Anyway, one of our fellow passengers had these cute little canvases and gave us each one to experiment with.  This is what I came up with.  It’s cute, but I’m not sure what I’ll do with it.  Any ideas?

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Thanks for looking!

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1 comment:

  1. Cute cards! Love the canvas, hang it on your bathroom wall or make it part of a shadow box. Very neat, I'll have to try one. TFS
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