Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Woyww


 Another week has gone by and you can see from my picture that the bits that were on my worktop last week have nearly become a card. I just need to cut out the stamped images and decide which one make the best card and then find the matching card to stamp the final thing as the paper I used is clearly not as close in colour as I thought.



The black and white card is another one that has been around for a while and needs completing.





This is the card I made following viewing someone else's site, but can't remember who so can't give her credit.
And this is one I have just finished for a friend's birthday. 
Can't do anymore, the man wants to go out and I have to go with him.

Blessings to you all
Chris




14 comments:

Winnie said...

Such great cards! i love the metal flowers and the fun shape of the flap. Your black and white piece is goiming along lovely! Winnie#65

Mrs.D said...

Thanks Winnie, the flowers are just peel offs and the flap came in a pad that my neice sent me from Netherlands for Christmas. All I have done is stuck the flap to a card blank, put peel offs on the black die cut shape and the little leaves on the corners of the cards and the sentiment panel. It was very easy ut it is very efective.
Hope black and white card will be finished before the weekend, I tired of looking at it and wondering what to do with it.

Liz Black said...

Looks like you've been busy. I really like the embellishments. Thanks for sharing and Happy Woyww.
Liz 72

Gibby Frogett said...

Hi Chris, great desk and elegant cards. Thats a lovely ribbon on the top card in particular. Happy WOYWW ...Gill x #50

Sharon (glitterangel) said...

Beautiful cards, I love the second one in particular, the pearly finish is gorgeous. Sharon #131

Mrs.D said...

Thanks Gibby, The ribbon was a bit I bought about five years ago and have just not found the right thing to use it on until now. Will post a picture of the completed card when I have decided what to do with it.

Mrs.D said...

Thanks Sharon for looking at my blog, your praise is so encouraging.

Mrs.D said...

Thanks for looking Liz, I love being encouraged by other cardmakers.

okienurse said...

great looking cards! Look forward to seeing the black and white one finished! Thanks for sharing. Have a great week. Vickie #1

Ria Gall said...

some lovely looking cards going on on your desk this week I love your colour combos
Happy WOYWW
Ria

Tammy said...

Fabulous cards! I love the black and silver one. Very pretty! Happy WOYWW! Tammy #142

Julia Dunnit said...

Still loving the black and kaft combination, it really works to show off the detail of the die cuts. I find that colours change overnight..when i see what ive chosen by the light of day, i wonder what on earth i was thinking the evening before...or is that just my ageing eyes!!

JennyH said...

Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog, of course you can CASE anything I make as I get so much inspiration from Blogland myself : )
I can't wait to see your completed black and white card that's sitting on your desk, or the black and kraft, they both look amazing : )

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hullo there Chris,
Well, lovely work going on here! clever cards.. re the tamp is is a Stampabilities stamp from 2006, number GR114, bought on eBay, see link below you might find it somewhere cheaper post?
Thanks so much for popping over and for sharing ~ happy WOYWW a tad late, as usual! Shaz in Oz.x #15

the lady who owns this shop is very lovely have written to her over the years - she might be able to work out a cheaper post for you...

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Stampabilities-Rubber-Stamp-Psalm-91-1-Scripture-RGR1114-/160935171416