Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Blooming blossoms at Allsorts

 Here is my card for this week's Allsorts. I've made my first twisted easel card. Not sure if it shopuld twist the other way though! The main image is Penny black, the rest are Hero arts and the punch around the page set are Martha Stewart.
I also had a go at the crackle finish using paint and PVA, then coloured the image with distress inks.
I'm also entering this in the Just For Fun Challenge where there is an open theme.(Thanks Zoe!)
Thanks for looking!

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful Sally, love all the angles and the vibrant colour. XOXO Zoe

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  2. Should have said earlier we have an anything goes theme this week at Just 4 Fun be wonderful if you joined us there. XOXO Zoe

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  3. Gorgoeus card Sally.

    The peeled paint background came our beautifully, it's always a bit hit and miss I find. And PB Candid is so vrsatile, I used it as daffodils the other day.

    Thank you so much for sharing your lovely creation and joining in my Bloomin’ Blossoms theme at Allsorts this week.

    See you Saturday - glad I changed my mind about doing peeled paint - I didn't think it was messy enough !! That said you could have done the class for me because I'm not sure how much use I am going to be to you all. Time will tell.

    B x

    There's a Stampalot voucher up for grabs here

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  4. ooh gorgeous card .. i love the design and the flowers
    And.. i just read Brenda's comment above and got an idea what we have in store lol
    See you soon
    Lisa x

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  5. A beautiful card Sally - the MS borders and the crackle background are fabulous.
    Hugs, Sylvia xx

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  6. Beautiful card just love the image and the peeled paint background

    Marie

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  7. A gorgeous effect has been acheived Sally. This is gorgeous,
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  8. Hmmm! Must have a go at one of these twisted easel cards - this is so pretty, Love the image and the colours you have used.
    Thanks for joining us at JFF this week.
    Hugs - Neet x

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  9. That looks so unusual Sally and your crackle has come out amazingly well a great card :)
    Thanks for playing along with us at JFF
    Von x

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  10. Wow! Gorgeous! Does it matter which way it twists? Wouldn't have thought so, looking at this. The crackle is brilliant. Not made a twisted easel yet - will be booking a lesson please! xx

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  11. Simply gorgeous. So unusual.
    Regards Florence.

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  12. Sally its gorgeous, I so love the shape, haven't tried it yet myself. How cool is that crackle though, really adds to the image.

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  13. This is so clever and unusual Sally. I love your crackle, it goes perfectly with your image x

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