Wow its been an absolutely hectic few months in my camp. Christmas has come and gone, along with all the relatives that stayed over the 2 week break. That was topped with a couple of surgeries and as most of us say, it usually goes in 3's, so we will finish the cycle with my son going in next week for a major knee reconstruction.
Hopefully that is the 3 done and dusted, and we are underway to recovery!!!
(why not seems everyone else does, lol)
For those that recularly pop in here, you would have seen from previous posts that I played along with the Prima 12 Days of Christmas Card Challenge. On the 11th Day my card was selected as the winner and I was excited to receive my parcel of goodie last week. My wish was for it to be loaded with flowers and I was not dissappoint, thank you so much Prima, no one can never not have enough flowers.
Finally after fnishing the sketch over on Sketchabilities I played along with the card sketch.
This is my take!!!
The background on my card was created using watered down Gesso and Whipped Spackle. Hmmm my learning curve here was that Kaiser cardstock is no way near as good as quality as Bazzill.
The close ups from these angles give you some idea of the layering I've created.
This one will be off to its new home next week, I hope the recipient loves it as much as I d0.
Prima - blooms & resin
K & Company - fabric brad
Fable Castell - Whipped Spackle & Gelato's
Magnolia - DooHickeys Film Reel & Flower die's
Ivy Swirl Stamp
The Crafters Workshop - template
Kaiser - cardstock
Adirondack - dimensional pearls
Fairy dust glitter
Memory Box - word die
random stickers from my stash
Thanks for stopping by and for any comment you may leave.
Have a wonderful week!!!
I hope all the ops go well and you can all enjoy being healed and healthy really soon... love your card.. love the purple back ground and all the textures.. and yes I have found some card stocks are better than others for mixed media!!ReplyDelete
Your creation is stunning!!!ReplyDelete
Wow exellent work. Thank you for joining at Cardabilities.ReplyDelete
I love the purple color! Thanks for sharing with us of Cardabilities team !ReplyDelete