Monday, 9 September 2013

Sunshine On A Rainy Day...

Hello friends...
Well, another weekend has whizzed past, the temperatures have dipped considerably and we seem to have plunged into Autumn overnight but as regular followers to my little blog will know...this makes me a very happy girl because I absolutely LOVE this time of year, when the trees start changing from green to vibrant reds and golds, halloween is round the corner, the night's are drawing in and Saturday night TV just got a whole lot better!! What's not to love??? Lol!!

But back to today and I'm sharing the rest of my Clarity DT samples that I made for Barbara's Create and Craft shows at the beginning of the month! As always, I hope you love them...

The whole image for this card is built up using Distress Inks and matted onto co-ordinating cardstock.


The background to this card is created using the Gelli Plate. The image is stamped and embossed onto white card and then built up with Distress Inks.


I used different colours of embossing powder to create the image and then stamped into UTEE to make a seal.

Right, time for me to get back to crack the whip and move onto my next project but thank you so much for stopping by today. I do love reading all your comments and I love to hear what you think of my latest set of Clarity cards.

Enjoy the rest of your day and see you soon!
Love Emma xxx


6 comments:

  1. Love them all xxxx I need the courage to get my melt pot out and have a go.

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  2. Gorgeous cards Emma, I love them all but for different reasons....the first for the colour tones and the feel of the card, the second for the overall design and the third ....well it has to be the seal....I do love utee....have a good week. Jo. X

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  3. lovely cards Emma. i love the way you use distress inks and your scene building. i too need to get meltpot out and see what i can 'cook' ;) xx

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  4. The flowers in the foreground are nodding the viewer in to the children with the swing. This gives the perfect piece added playfulness, for me.

    The set of Welsh stamps is showcased with talent broffesiynol, Emma - couldn't resist!

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  5. OMG the Welsh stamps......I've got to go and price them up!!! You've done an amazing job with those!!! My parents are ALWAYS ALWAYS looking for welsh themed things for friends

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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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