Thursday, 20 October 2011

So Red The Rose

Hi everyone and a big hello to my new followers!! Hope you'll come and say hi and looking forward to getting to know you and I also have to say a big, BIG thank you to everyone who commented here on my blog and over on The Artistic Stamper Creative Team Blog...I have read all your lovely comments and I know I do say this all the time but it's true...they mean the world to me!!

I can't believe how cold it's been, last night I was freezing in bed and this morning, there was frost!!! I hope this doesn't mean that were going to have another icy winter...don't get me wrong, I LOVE the snow but only if I don't have to leave the house. If you all you little snowflakes do decide to visit again this winter...please come for Christmas!! That would be wonderful.... lol

So, back to the here and now and today is a new challenge and a fab prize to be won, over on Sarah Hurley's Challenge Blog and challenge 52 is all about MISTING. Here's what I've made for the challenge...hope you like it!
If you head on over to the blog, you can see all the wonderful inky creations from the rest of the DT, using the misting technique and if you feel inspired, you can win a prize
I used elements and papers from Sarah's Wonderland CD, which I layered onto the corrugated cardboard tag, die cut using the Tim Holtz Alterations die from Sizzix. I stamped the Alice quote from an Alice In Wonderland stamp set that I already own and the clock is from a Tim Holtz set, which I stamped and then added Glossy Accents to. Then came the handmade paper flower and the misting...this gorgeous rich red colour was achieved using Sarah's Ink Sprays in Poppy Red and Pumpkin. I adhered this to the rest of my tag, added some seam binding from The Ribbon Girl and finally, added a decorative pin through the message.

Hope you all have a lovely evening and once the dinner and washing up is all done, I'll be around to comment on all your creations!
See you soon!
Love Emma
xxx

10 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness Emma!! That rose looks real! What a fabulous creation! xx

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  2. Your card is beautiful Emma and the bloom is just gorgeous!
    Clairexx

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  3. great attention to detail (as always!) fab creation!

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  4. Gorgeous card Emma, stunning flower. I love the image. I love Alice in Wonderland. Tracy x

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  5. Thank you so much for your lovely comments today. I really treasure them. I was just in the middle of looking at your latest post, and thinking how beautiful that rose is. Your flowers are a real trademark now, and just keep getting better.

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  6. Alice in Wonderland is one of my favourite books. I have a gorgeously illustrated version my hubby bought me last Christmas. So, I totally adore this. And talk about 'painting the roses red' fabulous!

    Liz x

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  7. Gorgeous! Love all of your creations. Zo x

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  8. You always make the most beautiful cards Emma, & this is no exception! Love your bloom! Have a great weekend!
    Alison x

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  9. It's certainly been chilly hasn't it. We put out winter quilt on yesterday so it's been lovely and snuggly!!
    Your card is beautiful, Emma. I love that image and your sprayed rose is stunning.
    Thanks so much for your lovely comments, I so appreciate them.
    Have a lovely weekend and don't work too hard.
    Hugs Lisax

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  10. glorious card! :-o love the Alice in Wonderland theme overall but the detail is stunning! brilliant touch with distressing the card and I love the flower and the image is perfect but I really love the timepiece with out the hands on it! perfect little touch that brings a smile! :)

    lovely work!
    <333

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Please come back and visit me soon...
Emma ~xx

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