Thursday, 20 August 2015

Layers and Lace

Hello my lovely visitors, so glad you dropped by.  Hope you are having a fabulous day.  It's really windy here in Adelaide at the moment.  I hate windy days, so have decided to stay inside and do some crafty stuff.  (Not that I need an excuse!  LOL!!)

I'm back to share another card with you.  This was a fairly quick make.  I actually started out with something totally different in mind but, somehow, ended up with this.  


The papers are from  the English Rose Garden Mini Pack from Megs Garden.  I simply trimmed the base paper to size and then tore a couple of strips for the layers.


The flower was white with blue edging around the petals.  To match it in with the papers, I just used some watered down acrylic paint to change it to orange.  Wasn't sure at first about the blue edges .. thought I might have to cover them as well .. but decided I quite like how it looks.


Added gauze, twine and some leaf die-cuts to the cluster.


  The chippie is a small piece of the Mini Chicken Wire panel from 2Crafty Chipboard.  All I did was heat emboss it. 


Tucked a bit of pretty lace (from Megs Garden, of course) in between the paper layers ...


... sprinkled some seed beads in different areas, and my card was done!!  I didn't even add any gesso!!  Must be feeling sick.  LOL!!

That's all from me for now.  Thank you so much for visiting and, perhaps, leaving me some lovin'.  I would love to know what you think. 
Enjoy the rest of your day.
Take care and God Bless.

11 comments:

  1. I love this! I LOVE the colour combination and am glad you left the flower as is, because it's beautiful. x

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  2. Hi Marg! I am with you and I don't like windy days either.. Your card looks amazing! I love the layers and love the blue on your flower too as you have the blue splatters that tie it all together! And I always love a bit of lace too! I hope tomorrow is a good day for you!

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  3. No GESSO??? What's that wind DOING to you, heehee!!! LOOOVE this - I really enjoy when a project takes it's own journey. The shabby chic layers here are totally gorgeous:):)

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  4. Yes.I agree with Sammy.....glad you left the blue on the flower. Really gorjus card Margaret.......thankyou for sharing. And now I know where to purchase more lace! 💜 💜 💜

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  5. A fabulous result from your project taking off on its own merry way. The blue edge on the flower looks gorgeous, the torn layers with the lace and the splashes of blue all combine in complete harmony. LOVE it. A new fave for me.

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  6. Hi Marg, I'm a new follower. Love this card and its layers! The flower turned out cool.!

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  7. Beautiful card, Margaret - love the colors. And, especially love that it's sitting next to your sweet little lamb.

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  8. Sorry I don't drop by often enough Margaret but I always admire your work, and this is absolutely beautiful. Something about the colour combo and whole design sings to me. Jenny x

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  9. Too gorgeous Marg! So very pretty!! Love how feminine this one is and the beads look great!!!

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  10. love the soft elegant colouring.. beautiful

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