Thursday, 9 June 2011

Garden of Flowers

Wow, how did it get to Thursday already? Time really does fly when you're crafting your lil socks off and this week, I have crafted for England!! lol

But all this crafting does mean one thing...I will have so much to share with all my lovely blogging buddies and I can't wait to show you everything I've made! But in the meantime, here are my penultimate share of cards from the Clarity shows and I really hope that you've enjoyed all the cards, so far. I can't thank you all enough for every single one of the comments that you've left me...I know I say this a lot but I'm so thankful to have such wonderful friends and followers!

This first card is all about flowers and the main feature was Clarity's frame corner stamps and I used it in conjunction with one of those fabulous Alium stamps.
I embossed the background, using a Cuttlebug embossing folder and then added a handmade paper rose...I did say, it was all about the flowers! :)

For this second card, I wanted to try and capture the essence of one of the most beautiful and elegant periods in time...Art Nouveau and I was particularly influenced by the work of Alphonse Mucha. I really hope that I did his work and Barbara's stamps justice...



Sorry, if some of the photos are a little dark but when I took them, it was a dull, dark rainy day!

Well, I'm off to grab a coffee and then see what I can tick off my "to-do" list...I really think it seems to be getting longer instead of shorter! Either that or it's me getting slower...

I'll see you all tomorrow with the final card and I think I might have saved the best for last!! :)
Love Emma
xxx

P.S. I promised to let you know the times of Kuretake's shows on Create & Craft tomorrow and they will be on at 2:00 and 4:00. Hope you'll be able to watch but if you can't, don't worry I'll definitely be sharing all my samples next week.

9 comments:

  1. As soon as they picked these up on Sunday I knew they were yours - your flowers are always so beautiful!! Xxx

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  2. As usual, your cards are truly beautiful. I love the way you used that corner stamp with the allium. Those corner stamps are great and I have taken a couple of them, stamped them, scanned the result and played with them on the computer to change the size and the writing to suit what I need. I have already set the DVD to record the Kuretake shows tomorrow as we have visitors at that time - looking forward to seeing your samples on that.

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  3. I love that Allium stamp so striking. Your cards are always so beautifully put together and I love your flowers. Tracy x

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  4. Two more beautiful creations Emma - so clean, fresh and elegant!

    Love Lynda xxx

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  5. Beautiful! I do so love your paper flowers Emma - so neat and professional. :)xx

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  6. Another Allium card, Emma. I just love that stamp and everything you do with it.
    Your Lady is very much in the Mucha style. I love his paintings and have a vase of the winter lady that I bought in Austria. It's just beautiful.
    Hugs Lisax

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  7. Hi Emma, Oh love both these cards. The top one is ace. I have that embossing folder and hated it till I saw your card, it looks brilliant on it!
    Hope all is well with you, and I know Thursday Who stole the rest of the week. Love Hazelxo

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  8. I agree with Stephanie-Emma, your style is so distinctive that I know immediately which are yours!! And your flowers just get better and better :).

    Love them both, and the colour schemes work really well.

    Much love,
    Helen xxx

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  9. absolutely gorgeous cards! I think you succeeded in capturing some of the beauty of a time gone by!

    along with the lovely images, the handmade flowers and textured papers really add so much to the overall look!

    Beautifully done! :D
    <333

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Emma ~xx

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