Thursday, 18 April 2013

Even More Chloe Stems


Don't worry, this is the last of the chloe stem cards for a good while.  This is the first card I made with the chloe stem die cuts, using the technique described in this post.  With the three resulting coloured die-cuts I made another card here.

Since both of the cards were made using the Paper Players colour scheme, it would be a shame not to enter this one into the challenge to keep its partner card company.


I'm also entering it into Addicted to Stamps and More Anything Goes.

I'm leading a workshop tonight for our stamping group (usually about 25 people) doing mini canvases, a bookmark or gift tag, and a card, all as a set.  I'll share it next week.

11 comments:

  1. Shirley, I don't think I'd ever get bored of you using this fabulous image! I love all that wonderful white space and the softness of the image. Great way to use the colors.
    So glad you joined the Paper Players this week
    Jaydee

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  2. I love these chloe stems, Shirley, as long as you keep using them, I'll keep admiring them! This is yet another beauty ... love the red dots mimicking the flower heads. Can't wait to hear about your class leading! Anita :)

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  3. S'cool, Shirley. We can never have too many of your fantastic chloe cards!!

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  4. I won't ever get tired of seeing the stunning, beautiful creations that you are making with this die! Another breath taking example of your amazing talent! The pop of red paired with the softly sponged colors has truly melted my heart!

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  5. Hi Shirley. Love that you've used the die-cuts as your mask. Great sponging - just love those colors together. Thanks for joining us at Addicted to Stamps & More - Anything Goes! Loll xx

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  6. What a fabulous one layer card, Shirley! Love the sponging, too. Thanks for sharing your beautiful creation with The Paper Players!

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  7. Beautiful! Love all your Chloe Stems creations!
    xx

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  8. LOVE how you use this die! These flowers are gorgeous and I love how you've sponged around them...such a soft and lovely effect. Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players, again!

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  9. Popping back to congratulate you, Shirley Girley for the Cut Above shoutout from PP!!

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  10. Hi Shirley - nice to see you again at ATS&M. This card has such a dreamy effect to it. Could look at it all day - it's really wonderful. Thanks for joining our Anything Goes Challenge.

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