Thursday, 3 August 2017

The World Is Yours...

Hi everyone...

I'm just popping by today to share a couple of cards that I designed exclusively for the July issue of Making Cards Magazine. If you managed to get hold of a copy of the magazine, then you'll know that I also included a full step by step tutorial for both cards but if you couldn't find a copy or missed out then there is more information on how you can get back issues or a digital copy of the magazine HERE.

For these two cards, I used a combination of Tim Holtz dies including the Cityscape Skyline, the Cityscape Commute, Traveler Words and the Mini Globe and for the backgrounds I used Distress Oxide Ink Pads. I've included plenty of detail shots in this post, so I hope you can see the dimension, shimmer and shine that was in these cards
...but if you want to see even more sparkle than head on over to Instagram!



The second card in the set...




Thanks so much for popping by today and I'll see you on Sunday with another post!
Until then...enjoy the rest of the week ~ Emma x

7 comments:

  1. Fabulous piece!!! You so well at building layers of die cuts and putting things together.

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  2. Amazing! Lots of work in these.

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  3. Amazing cards, stunning! Exciting, love every bit of them!

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  4. I just love the cityscape dies and I love seeing all the incredible variation possible with them. The vehicles work so well on your card. Very fun. I enjoy looking at this project.

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  5. These are stunning! Love all the details!

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  6. I love these projects and they completely show me how useless I am. I am forever in awe of your creations.

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  7. Absolute stunners ! Emma. I always LOVE (with a passion) your cityscape cards so it was love at first sight when I saw these two . Big hugs x

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Thank you for all your comments and messages, they are all appreciated.
Please come back and visit again soon...
Emma ~xx

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