Sunday, 3 July 2011

Shades of Blue

The theme this week over at Less is More is colour and they've decided on shades of blue.
http://simplylessismoore.blogspot.com/2011/07/week-22-colour.html
Its quite difficult keeping to one colour

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I started by collecting together various shades of blue inkpads and then using a Crafters Workshop template did the main image.  Mounted this onto 2 shades of blue card and then punched some tiny flowers using my woodware punch and stuck them on top some of the inked flowers, finishing with some gems for a bit of bling.  The sentiment is a Lily of the Valley stamp.




I look forward to receiving your comments.

21 comments:

  1. So very pretty, it must have taken you ages!
    Cx

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  2. hI
    fABULOUS CARD....LOVE IT...
    HUGS SYLVIE XX

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  3. Beautiful card and a great design, lovely shades of blue. x

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  4. So pretty - I really like this card, the graduated shading is lovely!

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  5. OH! What a great idea to use the template and what a lovely, cool elegant card you made. Very nice.
    Anne
    x

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  6. A beautiful card. Lovely shades of blue. xx

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  7. Really pretty Janet, looks super in the blue shades
    Thanks so much
    Diva LIM
    "Less is More"

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  8. The tiny flowers go so well with the main image, a lovely cheerful card, hard to do with blue.

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  9. Oh! my goodness Janet, those flowers are so tiny, with the glue etc, must have taken an age, but what a result, just beautiful

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  10. This is a fabulous card Janet, I think you have it just right!!

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  11. Beautiful, lots of interest and pretty flowers on your card, love it, Gay xxx

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  12. STUNNING! Simply stunning. I am loving this card and that sentiment is just fabulous.

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  13. Love the shading you have achieved on this card.
    Avril

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  14. Hi Janet

    What a gorgeous card, a friend of my has that template and I love it!

    Take care

    Tina (no 191)

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