Remember the first set of cards I posted and there were 12 and I told you there were 12 different ladies? Well I had to think of something different to do with those ladies and this is the result.
All the decorative strips are ones I had left from different sheets and like I told you the other day it is kinda nice cutting the papers apart because you are left with some nice strips to use on other projects. I think this was the card I was doing when I told my friend Carmen "At this point I am just layering my strips of paper on the cards and hope the chit turns out looking okay".
beeotch Martha Stewart could do as well*.
I hate to hand cut since I feel like I have a machine that cuts and I shouldn't have to hand cut but I have to admit these didn't take that long to cut out and it was worth the little extra effort.
These are beautiful! Love your eloquent description as well! LOL!ReplyDelete
I have to say that I have loved ALL the cards you've made with this set of Graphics45 papers. These Asian ladies have such a dream-like and wistful elegant quality to them. Can't you just imagine sitting in the garden where they are, a soft breeze blowing, smelling the sweet fragrance of the blossoms, listening to the gentle sounds of the birds singing, and dreaming your dreamy dreams? OK, I admit it ... I have a romantic side to me. But I truly do love these cards. Great job with them Shirley!ReplyDelete