Tuesday, 12 January 2010

I've Got Something to Post - Yay!!!!

Seriously, I've actually made one or two things recently but I'll spread them out a bit otherwise I'll hit another bare patch and have no artwork to post again, Lol!


This is a card I made recently by embossing with clear EP and then brayering over the top with Big and Juicy ink. I then made an acetate 'jacket' on which I stamped with Versamark and embossed with Moonglow EP. Finally I stamped a butterfly onto DP using Versamark and the same Moonglow EP, cut it out and then positioned it on the acetate over a butterfly on the card beneath. I lifted the wings and only attached the body.


It's a bit short and sweet tonight (now who shouted yipee?) but I'm starting to feel as though I have a cold coming on. You know, sore throat, bit shivery and headachy, so I'm going to get a soothing drink and curl up with a few magazines. It's the one too many cuddles I had with a poorly little granddaughter last week that's done it I think!

Hope you're all starting to thaw out nicely now. I'll be back soon.

Thanks for visiting. I really appreciate you keep coming back.

Lesley Xx



Ingredients : Elusive Images Butterfly Daisy Collage themeplate for the stamps, Artylicious Simple Elegance DP, Big and Juicy Spice inkpad all from Graphicus
Midnight Emerald Obsidian Moonglow EP from The Stampman
Ribbon, acetate and card from my stash.

14 comments:

Lynne K said...

Oh, this is lovely! Beautiful butterflies, and I love how you've overlaid the acetate, something I have yet to try.

Hope your cold doesn't turn out too bad, but wrap up warm, I don't think we're finished with this freezing weather yet, in spite of the thaw.

Linda Elbourne said...

Beautiful effect ... absolutely beautiful! Hope your hot drink and relax does the trick!

veronica said...

lovely card Lesley - will really have to get on with cutting those stamps out! Hope the lurgy soon goes away
Veronica xxx

Sally H said...

Stunning! I love the acetate idea - must try it. Hope you manage to fight off the worst of the germs and feel better soon.

Beryl said...

It was well worth waiting for Lesley. It's just so beautiful.
Beryl xx

IsaNorris said...

You have something ***beautiful*** to post!!! Love it! gorgeous work
isax

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful and worth the wait! Keep warm and toasty and feel better. Love teh layered butterfly and the cool technique.

Jules said...

Hi Lesley

How fantastic is this? Every visit is a treat on your blog!

You use some wonderful techniques.

Hope that cold stays at bay!!!

Love Jules xx

Clare said...

Hi Lesley,
This is a stunning card.
I hope you are ok and don't come down with a cold.
Clare x

Aquarius said...

Great card - I know what you mean about the quiet times and having nothing to post. Hope your cold doesn't develop too seriously.

Kim Piggott said...

Thank you so much for your kind words Lesley they were so appreciated!
Love, love, your stunning card!
Such a gorgeous design and wonderful colour!
hugs
kim x

Marley said...

Wow this is stunning! lovely butterfly! xx hugs Marley

lisa said...

Gorgeous, Lesley. The Artylicious stamps are always so lovely to use aren't they and I love how you've used the acetate.
Hope the cold doesn't develop too much. Keep Warm.

Lisax

Christine (Craftling) said...

Ooh, you clever stamper, you! Hope your cold has not developed like mine did. Get well soon!!!

Hugs,
Chris xx