Restored Sunbonnet Postcards

You know , you know,,,,,Graciellie at  Graciellie Designs is now on the Team like Guest Designer ,,,so I asked her to create something with my Sunbonnets Products and herre is the result,,,,,directly from her blog, "My design was inspired by both the black pearls and this BEAUTIFUL printable from Nicecrane Designs. This sweet Sunbonnet Baby is from a new printable set called Restored Sunbonnet Postcards. I printed the file on white linen cardstock, fussy cut it and covered it with glittery glue to add interest to the image and also to protect it and make it a bit sturdier. "



A really stunning Sunbonnet Creation by Graciellie


ISN`T IT REALLY SOOOO ADORABLE SUNBONNET ?

I went for a retro vintage design, using different colors, patterns and elements to create a freestyle collage card. To make this and other similar layerings on my cards I pick a color palette based on the papers I have available, die cut various different shapes and adhere all the pieces. Sometimes I overthink the position of the different layers and sometimes it's a spontaneous process, but I do like every single layer to show without overwhelming the focal point of the card, in this case the lovely Sunbonnet Baby.


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Welcome on board to Graciellie and Thanks for this amazing creation.



2 comments:

Monika Reeck March 6, 2015 at 5:58 PM  

Really Adorable what she made wohooo congrats to Gracie love her card so vibrant and beautifully done

julie_woolston March 7, 2015 at 12:45 PM  

Stunning so adorable
Hugs Julie x

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