Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Moonshadow

Happy Tuesday and oh my, isn't it cold outside! But at least it gives me the good excuse to stay in, keep warm and write my Christmas cards. Though before I do anything else...as promised, here are some more of the Clarity Stamp samples!!

Once again, they are so totally different from each other but it shows the versatility that you can achieve with these stamps. You, are in control...YOU, are the artist!!

On this first card, I used the Small Moonshadow, together with the Naked Tree stamp, which when combined with the Small Remountable Set of Leaves, creates some fabulous trees. The background colours were again, created using Distress Inks and I dusted Perfect Pearls over the moon to give the shimmery glow.

I'm also loving the style of these cards, which actually look harder to make than they are... It's just a matter of getting all your measurements right and with a few clever folds...you have a wonderful card blank to showcase your creations!



For this card and in stark contrast to the previous one, I made this frame card which I had previously used on one of my Gorjuss Girls cards. The main image is once again built up using a combination of Clarity Stamps and then glittered to give the snowy feel to the little country cottage in the woods!
I hope you like today's share and of course, I can't wait to show you the other's that I made...including what I think is my favourite stamp of the show and the card that I was most pleased with!


Before I go, I just wanted to say a big hello to all my new followers!!
It's always great to see new faces and I hope that I get to know you all in time!
Enjoy the remainder of your Tuesday and thanks for stopping by to see my little creations!
Love Emma
xxx

4 comments:

  1. these cards are so creative! Two unique stamps but even more unique designs to display them...

    The first card is so intricate! looks as beautiful flat as it does unfolded..and I love the colour!

    but the second card is even more jaw dropping...it looks so precise and clean that it's almost hard to believe it's hand made! but even so, the card still keeps that warm and inviting feeling of a warm and cozy winter home! :D

    beautifully done! <333

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  2. Oh Emma, you leave me speechless every time I visit! Fabulous!!! xx

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  3. Stunning is the only word to describe your cards Emma - just love every one of them.

    Love Lynda xxx

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  4. I missed this!
    Lovely Emma the tree card is a-m-a-z-i-n-g!!!
    still need to know how to do the box cards they look so clever.
    Sorry to repeat all the time but the cards are fab! xxx

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Emma ~xx

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