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Sunday, 5 February 2012

'Fragile glittering' (by Miranda)

Hello there,


Today a card I've made using the new CB stamp sheet 'the Rosetree'. The stamp I've used is a beautiful fragrant flower and I like it very much to work with. I've  made a background using oil pastel crayons and a blending solution. Also used a lot of glittering which I like always! I am really like a magpie........Also used my indispensable white gel pen this time for the centre of the flowers. I've also used the same background behind the image and embossed that with a crafts too folder. A lovely lime coloured ribbon for the finishing touch. And I've also added a sentiment from the sheet 'Artistic affirmations' 
On the picture below you can see the shimmer better, always difficult to catch on the camera.

Till next time,





 

11 comments:

  1. I love these flowers very much but also your creations with them. Beautiful Miranda. Lovely and marvelous colors and composition.
    Lovely greet
    Marja

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  2. That is so pretty!! The colours are lovely.

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  3. This is gorgeous Miranda, I love everything about it.

    Sue x

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  4. Stunning Miranda.
    love Shirley x

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  5. Beautiful card Miranda!

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  6. Fabulous card Miranda and I love the colours the oil pastel backgrounds are fun to do. Suexxx

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  7. Your background is a beauty & really sets off the flowers & I love your term of fragile glittering. I love your use of the white gel pen for accenting too & the deep tones/colours of your flowers which are in keeping with the background.
    Paula (PEP)

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  8. This is gorgeous Miranda, I love the way you have done the background and the added glitter is just perfect

    Jackie x

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  9. Beautiful card and fabulous background, love the soft coloring and the bubble effect in the edges, is it a stamp?
    x Anja

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  10. This is such a pretty card. All its parts speak to each other so it "reads" well as a whole.
    I'm very interested in the oil pastels and blending solution. Can you tell me about the solution? Is it specialised or a solvent that might be on the desk already?
    Many thanks,
    Ros.

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  11. This is just lovely - great colours and design. Well done yet again. ikki x

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