"It would be nice, if something made sense for a change" ~ Alice, Alice In Wonderland
The weekend is upon us already and maybe this weekend, I'll get time to indulge in some winter clothes shopping and be able to find some time for a long walk in the park. I love it, when the leaves start to fall and you can hear them crunch underfoot...perfect!!
So back to today's share, and it's another card using the stamps from that fabulous Alice In Wonderland set from TJ Designs. I told you I loved them and when I get something that I love, it's always a pleasure to use and work with.
So, this card is really all about the folds. As you can see, it's not your average card and to make these folds, I used a template from B-Craft-E and a piece of A4 white card. Yes, it's as easy as that!! If you've never seen Kim Sutton's fabulous range of templates...go straight to the website, now! There's is a wonderful selection of easy to use templates, which just take your crafting to another level. The image of Alice was stamped onto some white digital cardstock from Craftwork Cards, which I die cut using a Spellbinders Nestie die. I used Promarker pens to colour the image in and Distress Inks around the edges for that aged look. The papers I used here are from K and Company and as final touches, I added ribbon, adhesive pearls and stamped some flourishes.
I wish you all a wonderful, relaxing weekend and enjoy whatever you are doing!!