Thursday, 4 March 2010

I blame Dina Wakley!

Dina's made me re-embrace my inky side and I've had the UTEE out!  After a class with her last weekend I had to play.  The central image on these next 2 cards is made from layering chipboard, patterned paper, beads and UTEE (clear and a touch of silver).

The first card I made was triggered from this weeks Quixotic Challenge - leave it out, which was to use leaves on your project.  This paper is covered in leaves :)  Wouldn't it make a great Mother's Day Card?

This second card is for challenge 93 on the A Spoonful of Sugar Challenge Blog.  This week their challenge was to use beads.  There's beads inset into the UTEE - large ones and microbeads that you can't see on the photo.

Getting inky felt good after a long drive to and from the NEC today - loving the toll road.  Contrary to popular belief I am not addicted to going to the NEC - it's just needs, must.  I was there today to demonstrate at The Education Show.  A very different group than our  craft customers but a good day :) 


iReneM said...

Oooo, I just love these two fantastic cards.
I am a great fan of the vintage look and these tick all the boxes for me.


Kim Dellow said...

Oh wow beautiful cards, love the look. Thanks for joining the Quixotic Paperie Challenge this week. Kim

Lisa Jane said...

Two beautiful cards - and you are right the first one would make a great Mothers day card
Lisa ;)

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