Friday, 22 February 2019
Tania has made this step card using Regal's pre-made card base. By using browns and blacks this has given the card a masculine feel but if you used pastels for example, it would be a totally different look. The black triangle on the left has been embossed with a pattern that goes well with the background paper which is from the Ultimate Crafts Evening Cocktail 6 x 6 pad. She has used a nesting die to create the circles for both the back panel and the forward decoration. Not sure where the clock face image came from but maybe a stamp or from the Kaiser antiques sticker sheet.
What can you do when you run out of room to fit the greeting? Now was the Best wishes deliberately stuck on that way or not? Either way it looks good and gives a quirky twist to the card! It's finished off with four sticker dots and borders for a very pleasing effect!
Friday, 15 February 2019
Friday, 8 February 2019
Heather has then mounted the image onto navy and silver card to make the image pop out. The finished card is an Amethyst single fold card from Regal Craft.
There are several of these images available in the shop.
Monday, 4 February 2019
All these goodies are available at Regal.
Friday, 1 February 2019
|ACETATE PANEL CARD|
Sharon has die cut the front of a Regal single fold card to make a decorative edge (pink with white spots) and secured a panel of see through acetate (also available from Regal) underneath. She has then used fussy cut pictures backed with double sided Jac paper (Regal again!) to decorate the front. If you don't have a suitable die you could cut a decorative edge with scissors or just make it straight about 2.5cm below the fold.
If you are looking for something to do that is a bit different but doesn't involve complicated templates this could be the card for you!
Well, this is my last "ghost post". Marilyn will be doing the card posts as well as the updates from now on. It's been so nice to have the opportunity to share card making ideas. Cheers!