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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Musical note.

Hello , welcome to my room . Sunshine today in Adelaide. Had a few girls together for craft today but now we have school break of two weeks .  So hopefully I can find some spare time to create some vintage cards as something different and may be even find a challenge that I can take part in .

First card to share in that style is this one . Hope you like it .


Using dsp music sheet  from new pack , Newsprint. I used Certainly Celery as card base . I had a piece of dsp as negative from diecut scallop oval so place that over piece of music paper and laid that onto more dsp . Added a butterfly , flowers and Basics Pearls  from stash . The flower centres are Ice Circle Rhinestones from SU.
The sentiment is from Everyday Messages Stamp Set  from Stampendous.
Loved this so am hoping my vintage mojo stays with me .
Catch you again soon , cheers for now  Shirley-anne.

8 comments:

kay said...

wow beautiful card Shirley, love love it, and vintage is not my style at all, Thankyou so much for lovely card in the post today, you really spoil me, I should be sending you one, for all your help the other day, she is wonderful ladies, isn't she.

Annmaree said...

love that frame card, really pretty!

Rose Petal said...

Hello Shirley-Anne. What a beautiful creation. I love the design and the papers you have used. There is something really special about this, as your eyes are really drawn to it, its one of those cards that you want to keep looking at. Absolutely gorgeous. Happy crafting.
With love, Sandra xx

Judith said...

love the use of the negative shape-keep up the vintage mojo-it's my favourite style

Lisa Jane said...

what a delightful card - love the music manuscript DP
Lisa ;)

Sue W said...

Lovelycard Shirley-Anne.......Musical notes are so popular at the moment too!

Monica said...

Love this card... the butterfly is so pretty.

xxx Monica

Michelle said...

Beautiful card! Such a stunning layout. Love the way you have used the scollop oval negative as a frame, brilliant.
Michelle :-)