Reality has limits but our imagination does not, so let it run free and your creativity will flourish.
My imagination helps me create unique work as I strive to produce beautiful things and grow in capability, experience and confidence. My goal as I travel this journey of creativity, is to share my work and inspire others so that they themselves, may create something distinct and original too.
Saturday, 1 September 2012
Final showcase for the week
First I want to say thank you so much for showing your support for Christine (Hussey). I know I have appreciated your visits to my blog but I am certain that Christine has appreciated your comments much more. You have been so kind leaving her wonderful comments and I think she would want me to say a BIG thank you from her also.
For all the non-bloggers out there
Don't forget I am willing to show the work of any non-bloggers as long as you email me the pictures and give me permission to crop them to fit if I need to.
Anyway, today is the last day for showcasing this week, so without further ado, her is the third and final card of this showcase. I hope you like it and can, again, pass on your opinions and support.
How adorable is this?!
I love that the cutout on the card and the diecut motif match perfectly. So effective and so professional. Anyone would think they had been cut using matching dies...... hey!, now that's an idea for Spellbinders. Wouldn't it be great if we could cut out the edges of our card base to match the motif dies we already owned. Maybe they should start making edgeabilities in coordinating styles? Ummmm........ anyway, I digress, back to the card.
Isn't this decoupage just lovely. A very pretty image, so cheerful and fun too; and those little dogs are so darn cute.
I don't know about you but I love decoupage whether it be diecut or my favourite, fussy cutting. I have been known to sit for ages in front of the TV cutting out, putting the bits into ziplock bags or the clear card bags until I need them. I even make some up with silicon glue ahead of time and bag them up ready to be used at short notice. This is so handy when you want something pretty and well finished but only have a short time to complete the whole card.
So what do you think, is this the prettiest of the three cards Christine made, or did you prefer that cute and very smug (oh, I'm only teasing) little pony of yesterday...... or maybe you are still drawn to the sweet angelic face of the girl on the Thirteenth Birthday card? I think every card has its merits; that smug pony is still making me giggle, the angelic girl in pink is just dreamy and the adorable puppies trailing adoringly after the girl with the ribbons are making me oooh and aaaahh like a new mum with her baby. So could I choose a favourite? Well actually Yes!........... but I'm not telling you. LOL!!! You should by now have guessed which it is.
Well, that's it for another day. I am hoping to have a card and some crochet for you tomorrow, but it all depends on how the dog sitting goes. My daughter is off to Mardi Gras and I am having her two rather large, but adorable dogs for the day (and probably the night).
Whatever you are up to I hope you find time to do a little crafting or at least find time to have a bit of 'ME' time. Take care all.
Regards Linda xx