This time with a class card the ladies made a few weeks ago. While away in March, I visited a paper craft shop in Nambour called Daisy Chain Scrapbooks. I found some wonderful goodies there and yes, I did purchase them. rofl
This was one of them.....12 x 12 paper depicting white wicker work. I remember basket chairs made out of the plastic wicker work and I think there is still one at the farm in my old bedroom. I had a child size one too.
I actually think this card is based on a Mojo Monday sketch, #337. Well onto the card. I used a base of Stampin' Up Naturals White because the dsp wasn't quite white enough for Whisper White.
Then a layer of Blushing Bride because I wanted to use some K & Co papers I have had for ...well let us say, a very long time. The next layer, of course, was the dsp from Daisy Chain. Then I found in my lace stash, this absolutely gorgeous floral lace. Well I had to use that didn't I because it went so well with the daisy paper I was using. Then came the image problem? Mmmmm well I knew I didn't have anything suitable in my stash, I also knew I wanted the image to have a basket in it to match my dsp and I also wanted daisies to be in the basket. So I went googling, new word, I've just coined it. lol The image I found was perfect. So I adapted the size and printed it out on Whisper White card stock. It matches in quite well because the lace is white. I then die cut the image and matched the size of it to fit into the Blushing Bride nestie I used. I'm sorry but I can't remember which one I used, oops, yes I can.... Stately Circles.
I added a metal corner from Linda's shop, The Funkie Junkie and embossed it with Ranger Antiquities Weathered White embossing powder which Linda also has in her shop. It can purchased in Australia as well of course. I used some pretty green bling on the centre of each of the lace flowers and a bow made from seam binding from Sharon's shop, The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store. The colours I used were perfect with the card's colours. I tied the bow this way by Deborah Saaranen. Mine ended up a bit more scrunched up than Deborah's but the ladies didn't seem to mind. They loved the card.
I think that's it.
It's Easter Sunday lunch time here. I was flat out yesterday afternoon. Two trays of Apple Crumble and one of Potato Bake got made and one of the Apple Crumbles delivered to Ilbilbie which is 10 minutes down the road (Bruce Highway). The Ilbilbie Hall Management Committee were catering for a function at the Cape Palmerston Holiday Park. I volunteered to make one of the Apple Crumbles. Hope it was enjoyed. Today it's washing time because I have a feeling we are in for more rain.
I also have card orders to complete, so really had better get on with them.
To Leslie, who is wonderful and comments on my blog posts regularly....thanks so much for liking my cards and I'm glad you like the links. I hope Wally and Lulu are enjoying their Easter. Hugs to them both.
Here are links to Leslie's blog and to Wally and Lulu's blog. Enjoy everyone, both blogs are well worth looking at.