Printing on Vellum Technique
you can see where I was running out of ink on the print on the left - that's okay, it looked lovely!
I die cut an oval in my card stock and added some embellishments
Here are the finished cards!
Working with Famous Victorian Nature Images
My friend Sue was working with one of my sheets by "Edith Holden" the famous Nature illustrator: I want to share a pre-colored digi from NiceCrane images. Even though you use a pre-colored digi, you still have to "create" you card and add some color to the digi. They are wonderful to use though. NiceCrane has a beautiful selection of them. Pop over and check them out!.Here is what I came up with by a digi from NiceCrane Images. The image is called Rabbit in the Reeds.
Come on over and visit me at the Outlawz and enter a card if you would like for Twisted Thursday's. You can enter anything you would like for Thursday's. Meaning that you don't have to stick to any particular theme. You may use a digi or any stamped image!
Products used: Stampin up DSP paper, Spellbinder Circle Cutter, Big shot Circle cutter, fibers, Prima flower.
But you can watch more creations working wit these sheets:
To me spring equals Easter, so I used this sweet little rabbit from Nicecrane - you can find it here - and an Easter sentiment from LOTV. I distressed the edges of the image with Walnut DI. I layered it onto a piece of yellow DP, used cream ad green paper and mounted it all onto a card base of kraft. The flowers are from Storyteller and Nille, I've used cheesecloth, burlap and string from my stash.
And Thre are a new creation,,,,,,by Janet...
The inside is simple with just a stamp of a bird on a branch, and Washi tape across the bottom.
Some previous works,,,, with this collection:
Enjoy The Video with Edith holden Creations.
And,,,,, Here are my Edith Holden Sheets:
Thanks a million to Ginny, Sue, Pia and Janet,,,,,for these creations,,,,,,
you are Rock,,,,,my friends,,,,,,