Monday, 2 April 2012

Two traditional cards


After all the Tim Holtz tags, here are two more traditional card. I love playing with my inks and sprays, but I love playing with beautiful papers and dies too, so here goes. One is an Easter card and the other a thank you card for a friend who did me a great kindness.



And card number two:


Stamps are from Just Rite and from Flourishes

8 comments:

  1. Oh wow your cards are dream Astrid.
    Wonderful details. Love them both. xoxo

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  2. Beautiful cards, Astrid. Love the vintage/distressed look of the second one. Oh to have a hat like that. :)

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  3. Astrid, its always a pleasure to visit your blog and find new, insspiring projects to view. Your cards are delightful.....

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  4. Your cards are just gorgeous Astrid! Such beautiful work! xx

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  5. Wow! Astrid, both of your cards look AMAZING! I love how you dry embossed the cross and added the color. If that's what you did. It's beautful!
    And what die is that die for your sentiment panel?
    Gorgeous, gorgeous creations!
    Hugs and smiles

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  6. Hello Astrid - your Easter card is beautiful! it must have taken ages to do, but very well worth it. May I just wish you a very Happy Easter if you celebrate it, or a very nice Easter holiday if you don't. Hugs from Mary G x

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  7. Both are so very pretty. Such amazing details. :)

    Hugs~

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  8. Oh wow, you do make such pretty creations Astrid. These are both beyond gorgeous and I can just imagine how touched your friend was to receive her thankyou card. It's really beautiful and that delicate corner swirl is right at the top of my wish list.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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