Monday, 2 December 2013

You Raise Me Up....

Hello friends and a big hello to all my new followers! Welcome aboard and I'm really looking forward to getting to know you all and hope you love all my future posts and creations!! :)

It's been a busy weekend for me again and I did try to attempt to start decorating the house and putting the Christmas tree up but...best laid plans and all that ~ it didn't really work out and at the moment, the house resembles the Christmas department at John Lewis, baubles, reindeers and sparkly things everywhere!! So, guess what I'm hoping to do today after a little bit of creative work?? 

...and speaking of creativity, the Barbara Gray fans amongst you will know that yesterday was the last of the TV shows for this year, (can't believe I'm saying that) but today I'm sharing the first of my Clarity DT samples that I made for these shows and as always, I hope you love what I've made!
This card is really all about the stencil......and embossing...and inking...and shading...and colour tones...and a little bit more shading!! All the inking is done using Tim Holtz Distress Inks from Ranger and as for the rest, I let the beautiful image do the talking and as always, with my Clarity samples, I didn't overcomplicate the card.
You can just see from the photos the embossed areas which I achieved by running the stencil through a Grand Calibur. Because of the size of the stencil you will need a larger embossing/die cutting machine and the stencil will not fit through the Big Shot.

So, that's it from me for today and I hope I've inspired you with what I've created.

Thank you so much for stopping by and you know how much I appreciate your comments and visits, especially at this busy time of year!!
I'll be back with another of my Clarity DT shares tomorrow but until then, have a wonderful day!!

Bye for now...love Emma xxx

12 comments:

  1. Wonderful, can I ask what colours you used for the face ?

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    1. Thanks Naomi, I really appreciate your lovely comment and the colours I used on the face were Antique Linen, Spun Sugar and a hint of Victorian Velvet!! Hope that helps... :)

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  2. Awesome Emma, beautiful stencil. Hopefully it will be made in a smaller size for all us Big Shot owners very soon :-) xxx

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  3. Love this stencil and what you have done here is so beautiful and delicate ... I used her on the gelliplate and black card.xxx

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  4. How beautiful! This reminds me of one of those lovely art noveau tiles. Fabulous!!! Jo x

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  5. Hi Emma, I just joined your blog, I really like your style, this is a particularly lovely piece of work.

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  6. Oh Emma , this is stunning, I do love your shading especially the pink of her cheek...brilliant inspiration...thanks...Jo. X

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  7. stunning Emma. you made her look alive xx

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  8. This really does illustrate Less is More, beautifully, Emma. I didn't see the shows this time so it is good to see your samples here.

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  9. Beautiful elegant card Emma, gorgeous shading. You have showcased the image beautifully. Tracy x

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

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