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Saturday, June 19, 2010

Peek-a Boo

                                                                                                                                           



 Hello there and welcome to my room.                                  Tonight's posting is short as I only have just one quick card to share. This simple card is the last of three for my Tuesday workshop. The first two are the Christmas cards posted here , last night . Thank you to those who left comments . It is really appreciated when you take the time to leave a comment because that means I get to know where your creations are and I can visit you too.                                                                                     Old  Olive,  Whisper White and Bashful Blue cardstock used .     Ink was Bashful Blue and Pumpkin Pie.                                       Ribbon also SU.     A 1 3/4" circle punch used to create apeture     at the top of front .
And for the inside I placed a piece of Bashful Blue
leaving a small border.

 Not showing up well in scanned image are the Bashful Blue sponged edges .  Using the swirl and the flower from the same set , I created the image that would be seen through the apeture .                         That is it for tonight , as I said it is short , sorry .                             Catch you again soon , cheers ...Shirley-Anne
         

5 comments:

Lisa Jane said...

what a simple elegant card
Lisa ;)

Mina said...

what a fabulous clean and simple look to your gorgeous card...fabulous clean lines
Mina xxx

ScrappingStephanie said...

Hello Shirley. Thank you for stopping by my blog and becoming a follower. Your work here is amazing, I really like that it is unique. A lot of the work is like nothing I have seen before:) I am now a follower. Have a great week!:)

Stephanie

http://stephanieandthebug.blogspot.com

Monica said...

Cards with apertures always look unsusual and striking. The pop up flower looks lovely.

Dr Sonia S V said...

Lovely. Simple yet so elegant
Sonia
http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com