Hi there all, hope you're all ok and been enjoying some of the sunshine we've had this week.
Todays card is the lovely seaside rice papers and bit of the Starlights and it's very quick and easy.
I took a 7" x 7" white card and some black card stock cut 0.5cms smaller than the card, and some white card anther 0.5cm smaller again. I ran the white card through one of my favourite embossing folders from my stash and the black card I painted the border with Black Starlights.
I then took the following rice paper and pasted it onto some white card
Then done the same to the deck chair image from Rice Paper 284.
(You can see in the above picture I had backed another image with card from the same paper but decided not to use it today)
I then cut paper 336 into strips following the lines then created a background onto the white embossed card, by pasting the individual strips at different angles
Here at all the elements.
I wanted to give this image a nice fancy border so used a circle border die from my stash then backed it with black card that was edged with the black Starlights again.
I wrapped some cream organza ribbons around each end of the card and made a small bow, I also made a bow of cream twine to glue onto of the organza bow.
Once it was all matted together I just placed a single piece of the pearl and gem strands.
Very simple and nice quick card, I really wanted to put a sentiment on the card but ran out of time :o)
Take care and thank you for dropping by today
Love Jan -x-
The Lisa B Designs annual Craft Extravaganza Day in Fant Hall is on July 23............
During the event day, there will be one-hour workshops, taught by Jenny Mayes of Hobby Art, Georgina Sweetenham of Designs by Georgina & Sue Baker of Imagination Crafts.
Places for each workshop will be £6, are limited to twelve & must be booked in advance. We will post photos of the workshops' projects here & on the Lisa B Designs Facebook page as soon as we have them, but you can book from now, either by telephoning Lisa on 01622 675078, or email; firstname.lastname@example.org