Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Gosh!...it is Wednesday night here already and I really don't know what I have been doing...
We had a public holiday on Friday and Monday so it was a long weekend, that I had to work of course..apart from working, the boys, extra clients, an insane dog, a messy craftroom as I had a whoops!!..with embossing powder..cards orders, and trying to get some of my Christmas cards to stay in my box for sending out before they get sold..I'm just not sure what else I have been doing...lol..
Okay, I did have some down time and had a play in my room..here is what I made...
Another tap with running glue..err...water..
I love glossy accents...and lately distressing my edges with my scissors...how stimulating..seriously, I do love to do this.
And a side view..lovely thick layers...
This one I made a wee while ago...the image stirred something inside me..
Layers, cheesecloth, pearls, lace, and pretty lavender..
A side view....
Same image but different papers and beads this time...
And the side view...
Okay that's me done...thanks so very much for stopping by...better be off and have a tidy up and have got some serious painting to do..
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Beautiful cards Chrissy, One sure is familiar as I received it from you after dad passed away, and it's sitting in front of me on the shelf.xx
These are wonderful Chrissy xx
Gosh Chrissy sounds like you have had a very bust time lately but so glad that you found time to create such a beautiful card I love how you have created the running water effect, I don't use my glossy accents has much as I should, love the distressed edges of the papers also those gorgeous embellishments. The second card is also very beautiful I can see why you chose that image she has such a calming, serene look to her, the two different card designs are awesome, I love them all.
Your creations just get better and better and more jaw-droppingly amazing each week Chrissy. :-)
OMGosh Chrissy these are stunning. And so romantic, love them.
Hugs, Veerle x
Two very beautiful cards,love the soft colours,hugs xx
These are both very beautiful Chrissy. The layering and distressing look perfect with these lovely images. Glad you had such a lovely peaceful weekend!!! :D
Chrissy, you are really doing a stunning job with your creations here!! I absolutely love them both!! Your details are amazing and I love the softness of the images and colors for these!! Brilliantly done my friend! HUGS
Lovely images, I love that you made them so big and decorated with beautifully arranged flowers and gems. Looking amazing.
Aaaah what a simply delightful pair of cards and both so dreamy too, luv Sam x
Two beauties! I like the distressing with the scissors too. These are both so beautiful! Great pictures too.
Sounds like you've had few busy days. Glad you found time for crafting!
Stunning cards Chrissy. All beautiful images and gorgeous designs. Hugs, Carol S.xx
Both cards are incredibly beautiful! Love the jewel accents on the second card, so elegant!
Two gorgeous cards Chrissy, Love the images, pretty embellies on the first and distressing on the second.I love your style
Two BEAutiful cards..Both about water in different ways..LOve your tap image watering the flowers and the over spill of embellishment flowers..Your second card is Wonderful! Calm and relaxing and the 'blue bubbles' in the sea are Perfect as is the sentiment.
Oh Wowzer!! these are gorgeous Chrissy… beautiful images and very pretty colour combos.. everything has come together beautifully on both cards! :-))
your life sounds as hectic as mine... I keep squeezing in a bit of crafting/blogging inbetween all my jobs... it keeps me sane! Lol
Hope you have a nice day!
Big hugs, Sue B xx
Gorgeous cards Chrissy, even with the glue water (which is a brill idea). Sounds like you are busy busy lady as usual!!
Beautiful cards Chrissy, so very pretty
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Gorgeous shabby chic edges to the paper layers - I know why you love it, it gives such gorgeous dimension, texture and movement to the paper... I love it too! The running water is absolutely inspired - so effective. Your mixed media knowhow is really starting to pay off!
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