Monday, April 13, 2015

three birthday cards

Hello. A friend ask me to make 3 birthday cards for relatives of hers.
The first was for her Daughter who loves to embroider so I sewed a pattern on the front..
The 2nd was for her Sister-in-law who is an aboriginal australian. I decided to use a crane die and pretend they were emus ( a common bird in the australian country) and coloured some sand dunes with tim holtz inks..
the 3rd card was for a friend in England so I cut out an australian die and used the frame as a stencil to colour using tim holtz inks..  Loz




11 comments:

  1. Brilliantly designed creations with fab images, gorgeous stitching and colours used.xx{aNNie My Personal Blog}

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  2. Beautifully designed. Love all 3. Great art. Hugs Deloris

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  3. All of these are so striking. The kangaroo with the map in warm colours is perfect. The middle card I love the emus and the background colouring. Your top card-wow! The sewing, stitching with the pearls in between-just fabulous

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  4. They are all fabulous cards - great designs and beautiful colours. Enjoy your day!

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  5. Three fabulous card designs Loz, beautiful stitching and stamping.
    Pam

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  6. These are fabulous, Loz. You rock all styles!
    hugs, Asha

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  7. These cards are so much more personal when you've added the receiver's name on the front. I especially love the second one, super inking!

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  8. I like all of these but that 1st one is so pretty!

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  9. I missed making the stitching card, love your stitching card.

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  10. woooww your sewing really caught my eyes
    and anothrer card is adorable too
    my fav is the number two for Shirley love your scene Loz

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