Thursday, July 28, 2016

Carousel Card-Take two

Hello. I have had another go at making the carousel card, This time One of the ladies at my craft class had a good idea to put the card base  together quicker, but the card still took 3hrs to make because of all the die cutting. I made the Background DP by sponging blue ink using a half of a scalloped circle die cut and momento inks..Loz



8 comments:

  1. This is adorable Loz, love your decoration on each page, so worth the time it took to make this card.
    Pam x

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  2. Such a lot o work but an excellent result Kx

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  3. Beautiful project....love the details....well worth the time it took to make....Joolsx

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  4. Beautiful project....love the details....well worth the time it took to make....Joolsx

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  5. Such a gorgeously created cards, love the image and colours used...the papers look lovely ..xx

     {aNNie}

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  6. Can it get more adorable than this? Don't think so. Fabulous work, Loz!

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  7. The first card is so sweet and love that frame. The second card is a hoot! A lot of work and so cute

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  8. That looks so wonderful. Love the way the pages are joined.

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