Monday, December 17, 2007

Birthday Card




This is a birthday card that I've made for a friend of mine. I've used the "Paper Doileys in Masking" technique to create the upper flap of the card. (Here's the link: http://scrapperlicious.blogspot.com/2007/12/paper-doyleys-in-masking.html)

I've also used the paper doiley which had been used for the masking earlier to create the fan in the lower flap of the card. I've added some details by doodling on it.

I've cut around the upper edge of the fan to enable the upper flap of the card to be tucked behind it. This will hold both flaps of the card together.

Sources: Cardstock: Provo Craft, Ink: Tim Holtz's Distress Ink and Memories, Brads: Making Memories, Others: Zig pens and Uni-ball Signo Pen

8 comments:

~KRISTY~ said...

ANOTHER GORGEOUS CREATION IRENE!THOSE DISTRES INKS LOOK LIKE FUN, I HAVNT SEEN THEM BEFORE!MUST KEEP MY EYE OUT FOR SOME!

LaY hOoN said...

Doodling also is some sort of art need to learn about.

By adopting this 2 method, masking & doodling, you can make the card so OUTSTANDING ! You are really great !

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Dawn said...

Wow!! Very beautiful!! Very creative with the Doily fan!! I love it!

Reg said...

Beautiful Card Irene! I love it!!

Scrapbook Mama said...

I love it as always Irene you are so amazing! Thk you for that tip I have to try that! soo beautiful!

Ellie

chowchow said...

This is such a beautiful card. Another masterpiece yet again. Would def use this method next time cos I love the effect. Thanks for sharing.

Ying Pang, said...

Great card, Irene, thanks for taking your time to share with us!

Kristine said...

Oh wow!! This is gorgeous!! :) You do really beautiful work--love all of them so far. Looking forward to browsing your blog more :)

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