Sunday, 2 November 2008

Miscellaneous


Materials:
Stamps: Lucy's K1158
Cardstock: Prisma, Bazzill
Inks: StaZon Black
Other: Unknown Ribbon, Scrapbitz Diamantes, Tiny Black Ric Rac, Bazzill Black Brads, Prisma Pencils
- PC923,PC1013, PC903, PC928, PC945, PC919, PC909, PC913, PC942, PC997, PC927, PC992, PC1025, PC929,
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder


Hello Everyone,

I have been missing in action this week as family and medical stuff ruled for the entire time. I finally sat down this morning and managed to get this card done.

I always find red and black very sophisticated and am quite pleased with the outcome. The colouring of the lady actually took the most time! There are also little diamantes on some of the flowers.

It is beginning to really get humid here. Hassling the young adults in my house to clean air con filters (with the lovely threat of no cool air until it is a done deed!) Pity I cannot blink and be back in autumn!!!!

9 comments:

Jennie said...

This is a beauty! Love the red and black together...so dramatic. It makes a striking card. Welcome to the blogging group!

Grace McAndrew said...

I agree Shell, red and black give a lovely touch of class to ones work. Well done!! Another beautiful piece of work

Stephanie said...

Love your card...

Cheryll Miller said...

Hey Shell,
This is the most gorgeous presentation of this lovely Lucy's Goddess I have ever seen. At last I can actually see how she is supposed to look!
Very, very nice#\!

Stephanie said...

Michelle, thanks for the advice on the cracked glass technique... I live in the south and that may have been my problem too.. Next time I crack in the freezer...
Hugs!

Carmen said...

WOW this card is stunning. Fantastic job on the coloring!

Angie Williams said...

What a gorgeous image on your card!

Leigh said...

I love love this card. Gorgeous colours and the colouring of the image is fantastic.

Michelle Walpole said...

Stephanie...I would be most interested in your results next time you try teh cracked glass. Please don't give up on it coz it really is a great effect!