Sunday, July 3, 2011

Less is More - week 22 - Blue

And finally ........................
This really is the last one for this week as I must go and get packing sorted out for trip to France. Then I must make sure all my plants are happy in the garden! And the little chrysanthemum cuttings are OK in the greenhouse.
So for this one I thought I'd have a go at STAMPING! If you've read any of my earlier posts you probably know by now I don't do much (if any stamping) Basically I'm no good at it. It goes splodgy or ends up not being straight or something generally goes wrong so I just don't do it.
But I found this trellis stamp and had a vision of plants and stems twisting their way round and through it!!! Wrong!! When I'd stamped it (reasonably well I thought) I just couldn't get it to work with the flowers. So I made it into a window by drawing a frame round it then adding a peel-off. So now it looked like a church window and I thought - sympathy card. I coloured a few tiny flowers with Promarkers in different shades of blue, added pearl centres (coloured to make them match) and a Creallie leaf die.
See you all in a couple of weeks time. Au revoir for now!
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11 comments:

fatmonica said...

It's a perfect sympathy card.

Willy said...

What a fabulous set of blue cards!

VICTORIA said...

wow what a very pretty card. Great job on it and good luck with the challenge. Victoria :)

Netty said...

Beautiful card and love your trellis stamp, x

Bea said...

stunning card -you would never know from tis that you don't stamp often!

Jan said...

Fab card xx Jan

Mandi said...

Really delicate and reptty
Thanks so much Di
Diva LIM
"Less is More"

Jill said...

A lovely card!

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Hi There, Great sympathy card, love the trellis and the idea of a framed window, works well:0) I hope you enjoy your holiday, Gay xxx

Theresa said...

WOW! What a beautiful card. Love the frame. Have a wonderful time in France.

Theresa said...

WOW! What a beautiful card. Love the frame. Have a wonderful time in France.