Friday, 20 September 2013

Greeny blue or is that bluey green?

 A selection of cards made when I was in a turquoise mood. The first one is my favourite. I stamped and embossed two pieces of card with white embossing powder, then water coloured them with distress inks.  Once piece became the background the other I used to die cut the butterfly.  A bit of extra colour to the centre of the butterfly and there you have it - no patterned paper needed.

We have a craft club at church once a month and this next card was made as an example for the girls who were there.  They all wanted to colour these Kanban stamps but the stamps were a bit tall for the cards I had  taken with me.  My card is quite minimalist but I don't think kids get the concept of less is more, they always seem to put as much stuff on their cards as they can :) Did you notice I coloured her legs blue?
Finally some quick and easy Christmas cards, again white embossing and distress ink colouring. The snowflake stamps are by Stampendous.

8 comments:

Dotty Jo said...

Mmmmmm, my favourite colour combo! lovely cards Julie, especially like that gorgeous butterfly, Jo x

mckinkle said...

These are really beautiful Julie, love your turquoise moment!

I think the Kanban girl was just cold and had her turquoise tights on with a pair of white ankle warmers!!

Keryn x

Christine Dol said...

These cards are really pretty Julie. I love the butterfly and the snowflake cards.

vickiscraft said...

Lovely cards Julie, really love the image on the Christmas one.

Vicki x

rosie said...

gorgeous card Julie. love the bluey green colour (LOL)
fab and professional as always x

coops said...

stunning cards julie.beautiful designs and i love the green/blue colours :D

xx coops xx

Katina said...

A beautiful selection of cards Julie. I love the colours.
xx

Siobhan said...

1 word... WOW! Those are so cool. The only difference I would do is summer wishes, because its summer now. But I love them.

Siobhan x

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