Sunday, August 9, 2009

Wings of Peace

I have spent the last 4 days working on the Stampin' Up Stall at the Canberra Craft and Quilt Fair, it was so much fun and very successful...in the process I managed to sell 83 cards!! I did manage to find some Tim Holtz Grungeboard which I am looking forward to using, along with some Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist...can't wait to use it all! YAHOO!! I have to say I am exhausted, I would love to say that I have a fresh card for you today but I haven't had the time...but I do have some more of the Stamp Camp cards my SU demo, Ann ran. This set 'A Wish for Peace' is a beautiful set and we were given a set each as part of our Workshop - so that was a blessing!

This card was very simple to make but so effective, using the Embossing Resist technique. The depth of colour around the dove can't really be seen, I sponged in Not Quite Navy and Basic Black to give some depth. Then when I came home I added Kindy Glitz to the wings and tail...just to add that Christmas bling, that we all love!

There are still a few more card to show yet....isn't the variety great...I will definitley be making these again later in the year! Thanks for coming by and visiting....if you have the time please leave a comment, I love knowing that you have been here...it makes my day! God bless you!


  1. YOU ROCK, LINDA!!!! Congrratulations!!

    Beautiful card! I see why so many sold!

  2. Wow Linda - 83 cards sold!! Congratualtions - way to go! Love this card too - the dove really "pops" off the page
    Pauline x

  3. You go girl!!!! What a success, 83 cards sold!!!! I guess that means some new toys are being bought here in the near future ;P. Glad you had fun. Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

  4. Beautiful card. What a fun weekend and 83 cards! congratulations! I also love the card from your last post. It is so cute.

  5. woohoo to you linda well done,goreous card.


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