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Thursday, 10 May 2012

Another Lace Rose by Miranda

Hello there,

Today I have combined the Lace Rose with the beautiful Foxglove of the Honeybee sheet. And again I stamped on Basic Grey paper and gave some accents with Derwent colour pencils.
I've used the swirl from the Artistic Expressions sheet and if you take a closer look you can see the lace fragment on the pink Basic Grey paper background. The Rose is embossed with Wow Black glint embossing powder. It has that lovely subtle sparkle.....


Have a nice day and see you next time!

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful Miranda, love the flower but your background is marvelous.
    Lovely greet
    Marja

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  2. This is stunning Miranda, I love the rose, and the background you've created is gorgeous.

    Sue x

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  3. This is beautiful Miranda it's really elegant
    Jackie x

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  4. Beautiful. I love the gorgeous background. Jean x

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  5. Really lovely background on this card and it shows off the lace flower beautifully

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  6. Very Elegant Miranda love the colours and combination of the foxgloves with the lace flower and fragments. Suexxxx

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  7. Wow! Miranda, this is really pretty! I love the colors, and your background is marvelous! It sets your black rose off perfectly!
    Clare xxoo

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  8. Hi Miranda, Beautiful creation, I especially love the background and how you combined different stamps. I need to find the translucent and sparkle embossing powder ! Of coarse would like to have all these stamps too ! Greetings, Shirley x

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  9. Wow, gorgeous creation Miranda. Love everything what you did with those beautiful stamps.
    xxxSylvia

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  10. Beautiful as allways!

    Hugs, Annemiek

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  11. What a striking combination Miranda - I love the effect of the foxgloves & the way that swirl draws the eye. Quite spectacular.
    Paula (PEP)

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  12. Wow, this cover is amazing! It looks like beautiful stained glass. Lovely. I've never heard of "carved gesso." Interesting. :)
    regards
    sam.....
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  13. Gorgious like always Miranda you know I like your style, I'm waiting for my stamps to arrive, so than I can olso start!!!

    Greetings

    Maria

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