Flap Over Card – Different Image & Colour


Well today`s card I have added as you seem to like the Flap over style card – and this one more than any shows how lovely the dark stardream card can work. This image is from the Enchanted Christmas Cd and this style card really doesn`t take anymore time than matt and layering it all onto one side of a card

Also it would look good on a mantle piece of table –

I`ll add the workshop tomorrow so you all see how it`s done  

           The main image has a little decoupage – what do you expect !!! – and the berry effect this time have been made from the tiny rose bubs and all the backing papers have matted with gold silk mirri and placed onto the base card of onyx stardream

Here the front has been enhanced with the velvet ribbon and again decoupaged holly leaves and rose buds

The inspiration of these colours can from this card a bit for the launch way back – and i`m sorry of the quality of the photo but it gives you an idea of how else to use the image – it`s all been matted with black card and a sheet of black card I embossed with my favourite non Joanna stamp – Glenda`s damask delight stamp  

Thanks for sharing in today`s card

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With the card below it`s hard to see the depth of it but it has 6 layers of decoupage on the topper

 

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7 thoughts on “Flap Over Card – Different Image & Colour

  1. Thanks for the kind words – Ann the workshop I have just finished writing up and it will be posted in the morning
    Suzanne

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