Today I have cards from Jo Anne and Phyllis to share with you. Busy gals they are!
The pink and blue cards are so pretty. She used the vellum paper for card stock, templates, patterns for her basket and flowers. Very nice job Phyllis, I hope your are on the mend soon. Sinus problems are not fun!
This is such a beautiful card and the stained glass technique is rather fun to imagine how it would be made.
I can see two ways in making this card. One is by using regular white card stock or glossy and use finger sponges to apply colors to give it a rainbow look. Then I would stamp the stain glass stamp with Versa Mark emboss with silver. OR I would do all that but using acetate and use the window technique explained a few days ago. Very pretty card Phyllis and thank you.
Jo Anne does her 3D using 3 layers as I beleive it is more than enough especially if you are going to mail the card. Also she uses high quality scissors to avoid the white edge that some scissors are making from not being too sharp.
It is gorgeous Jo Anne and thank you again and again!
The trio of cards for baby was made for the Sorority. It was a little challenge for Jo Anne to have to make baby cards since she hasn't made any in years, she found some acrylic stamps and did a magnificent job at them and she added she doesn't think she will make more soon. I had to laugh! You never know Jo Anne!
This last card is also a pretty one I like the use of many stamps you made on this one. I see you have brushed the edges with ink for dimension. Punched out flowers and used a brad to assemble them, cut out some checkered paper for the background. I always welcome easy cards when I am in a rush (which is always) to draw some ideas from any card shared is a bonus and priceless to me. This is why I appreciate all cards shared!
Be creative ladies! Sit in front of colors and let your head create and add your heart to it, see what you end up with!