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Friday, 27 June 2014

One Card Two Ways


Morning all, another week and another super offer over at Papermilldirect, this week it is their fabulous A4 off white pearlised card.  I use Papermilldirect pearlised card for my wedding stationery and special anniversary cards I love it.



Here are my DT samples for this week using the Paprmilldirect special offer pearlised card and gorgeous teal card from their coloured card range, along with some patterned paper from Docraft.  Again I used the Silhouette Cameo and a cutting file by Jamie Cripps.


One card, two ways.  I like how reversing the colours on your cards can give such different effects.  Above the off white pearlised card is  the main colour with a plain buff string embellishment, and below the teal colour is the main colour using red string to contrast with the patterned paper.


Using the remaining scraps of card I made the butterfly scrapling which can be used as a card or gift tag.


14 comments:

Nicky Wilcox said...

beautiful cards xxx

Shary said...

Beautiful projects Sylvia.xx

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Lovely cards and I really like that bookmark. Cheers, Holley

Lea Brawn said...

I don't like butterflies as I'm petrified of them but these cards are amazing x

Judith Taylor - Wright said...

loving these Sylv fabulous hugs Judith x

jane stillman said...

Gorgeous cards with that fabulous butterfly

KarinsArtScrap said...

wow beautiful butterfly and fab and gorgeous cards Sylv.

gr karin

Craftyfield said...

Lovely set of cards and scrappling! Wish I had a Silhouette...

Kate M said...

These are fabulous - love that butterfly!
xx

Zoe said...

Wow! So stunning xx Zoe xx

Laine said...

Stunning Slyv.
xx

aussie aNNie said...

Stunning love butterflies so this appeals to me as do your other projects. I have joined your blog as a new follower and invite you to join mine and my candy which is sponsored by three lovely artists...cheers, aNNie
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Gwyneth said...

Lovely cards. I like the different ways you've combined the layers for different looks.

ionabunny said...

Wow on the different effect on those two cards and I just love the scrapling