Wednesday, 4 July 2012

The Changing of the Seasons

Hope you're all having a fabulous Wednesday but...where exactly did Monday and Tuesday go?!?!?!

I actually stepped away from my crafty desk yesterday to have a day out in the outside world, I know...don't faint...lol!! Despite the awful weather and dodging one rain shower, after another...I had a really wonderful day but boy, did it take it out of me...I felt I'd done a marathon when I got home!!

So, today I'm back to my desk and thought I'd just pop by to say hello and share the next card from my Clarity samples...I hope you like it!!
The idea behind some of the cards in the show was that Barbara asked a few team members to create Christmas cards using stamps that have previously been sold but not necessarily for the Christmas market and this is the first of those projects featuring Puck and the Toadstool!!


...and this, was my previous "summertime" version of Puck, which was shown again on the show and which some of you will remember from last year!!
Okey dokey, time for me to head back to work...I'll be visiting everyone's blogs later tonight and can't wait to see all your creations but until then...
bye for now and see you tomorrow!
Love Emma xxx



7 comments:

  1. These cards are absolutely amazing Emma. Love seeing your creations!

    Sarah x

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  2. Hi Emma, what an amazing and stunning display of cards you've posted while I've been away!! If I commented on them individually I'd be here until next week, lol!! I especially love the one for the Making Cards mag and your Clarity haberdashery one.

    Thanks for your lovely message on my blog.
    xxx

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  3. It's that sky for me - so realistic and, we know, so hard to capture in inks. Thus I am in awe of the techniques and not just the results.

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  4. Hi Emma. That's a really unusual design for a Christmas Card, and as ever your inking and colouring is fab. (Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog - I really appreciate it x).

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  5. It makes a stunning Christmas card. Can I be nosey and ask what you used to cut the 'snowflakes'?

    Liz x

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  6. Oh WOW Emma this is brilliant what a great card, Apart from the snail!!Oh Yuck I hate them. Hope alls well with you, Love Hxx

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Emma ~xx

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