Thursday 25 February 2016

Two for One

Today I have 2 cards to show, playing catch up as I meant to post one of them yesterday ! Time is just running away at the moment, can't believe we are nearly out of February already...

My first card is suitable for Mothers Day or birthday,

I have to be honest I really liked this card when I made it but now I'm really not sure.....It is missing something but I don't know what lol
Anyway I used a Papermania stamp stamped with Distress Ink, the DP is from Tactile Studio (I think its had a name change now)  Sentiment is LOTV and flowers, pearl, lace and pin are from my stash.

My second card is a Digistamp Boutique image - Alf/Dads Shed, I loved colouring him and was pretty pleased how he turned out. Its quite a large easel card 8 x 8 but I have kept it simple with just LOTV papers, some scrim and some natural twine.

Thats all for now, thank you for looking and for all the lovely comments I have been getting they really make my day !

Kaz x


Tracy Welham said...

Both fantastic, such pretty colours on the feminine card and I love the natural elements. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

Sue said...

Hi Karen, These cards are lovely, two very different styles and I love them both. Th first is really pretty - I love the bow, and the second is a really great easel design - such a gorgeous layout

Barb said...

Morning Karen, They're two lovely cards. The first is really pretty and vintage. I love the bow and hatpin. The second is great fun. The paper and twine work really well with your image. Barbxx

Unknown said...

Aww these are both fab! Stunning embellishments and a brilliant male design! That would be perfect for my dad!
Lucy x

Jules said...

Hi Karen

You have definitely been busy since I was last here. Lots of lovely makes.

You certainly have the knack of photographing easel cards .... I really struggle to get a decent snap of them.

Many thanks for the lovely message you left on my blog. You are very kind. Mr Heart is enjoying his new found fame!! LOL!!!

Love Jules xx

Kat W said...

Another pair of totally different cards!
The first one has such a gorgeous elegant vintage style and stick with your first's fab and not missing a thing!
I love your male design too; the easel base is great and the hessian/twine adds fab texture :-)
Big hugs, Kat xx

coldwaters2 said...

Hi Karen I wanted to come and thank you for leaving me such a lovely comment on my blog I have just become your latest follower. Karen these are two superb creations, the first one has a lovely shabby chic look to it that I adore, the second one is brilliant
lorraine x