Sunday, 13 February 2011

Something a bit different

A work colleague asked me to make her niece an eighteenth birthday card. I said no problem. Then she said she is into theatre and acting. I thought there must be those masks out there somewhere as a digi stamp, but I couldn't find one. In the end I gave up and drew one, which I scanned back into the computer and got rid of the smudges in photoshop. Here is the result.
The background stamp is from crafty individuals, and although you can't see it in the photo there is quite a bit of silver mirri board in the matting and layering. The sentiment is computer generated. I'm hoping she will be happy with it.
better go - I'm in the middle of Steve's valentine card and it isn't great. Thanks for looking x

11 comments:

  1. Brillient! but fancy not find a valentine for your OH (?) a breeze LOL XOXO Zoe

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  2. Wow! Brilliant! I think you should go into business & make digistamps! xx

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  3. This is fabulous Sally - just stunning, she's sure to love it x

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  4. Sally this is brilliant, Your artwork looks fantastic.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  5. Great job with the drawing. I know this must be the perfect card for the 18 year old.

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  6. Sally your card and artwork look great

    Hugs
    Francesca

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  7. Whose needs digis when you can draw like this Sally. She'll love it. It's a gorgeous card.
    Hope you got Steve's card finished in time.
    Hugs Lisax

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  8. Wow Sal!!! You are certainly one very talented lady.

    Fantastic drawing and lots of dimension. Love it - as I am sure your customer will!!!

    Love Jules xx

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  9. That is stunning Sally. The black and white work perfectly with those masks..Just brilliant.

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  10. Your drawing skills are great Sally! Well done!! xx

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  11. Wow Sally, I think this is fabulous! I honestly thought the masks were a stamp or at digi download. Brilliant idea and drawing and I'm sure the young lady in question loved it too.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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