Here are the photos;
Two cards from Carol. The top one has a lovely embossed section with a little oval frame into which that paper flower sits perfectly. The second card has those lovely black swirls surrounding the white flowers.
Betty used this lovely "wild flower" stamp which is just ideal for black & white & suits so many themes.
Two cards also from Elma. The first one is a triptych style card & has been made especially for someone who likes their garden & flowers.
The second card has a 3-fold front & the circular topper keeps the card closed. Great idea.
A really lovely sympathy card from Dot. One of those CAS designs.
Inside there was the most lovely poem - I wish now I had photographed that too.
Annette's spotty flowers look really striking against that square doily style background paper.
Another CAS design.
Christine used a printed background that she had downloaded from C&C. The 3 daisy flowers are just right at the base of that large fern.
Another CAS design - this time from Sue - those flowers are so gorgeous.
Lin also made 2 cards - I love the lady on the hatboxes, very chic. Lin said the flowers were snowflakes - but I think they still fit the design. The second card is just beautifully simple & elegant. The daisies have had glitter applied to them & they just twinkled. The photo doesn't show this.
Sylvia has used a lovely fuchsia spray & butterflies for her stepper style card. She mentioned that she made an error at the end with the folding & that the flap with the flowers on should have been the front step - instead it sits flat. We all agreed it was a very happy accident & looks great.
Carolyn chose to make one of the little fold flat pop up boxes - but this time in a more rectangular shape I just love hibiscus flowers & as here, they do not always require a lot of colour. I took a photo of the box laid down in order to show the embossing (not sure if it worked enough though)
A brilliant selection of cards ladies. Black & White always give stunning results.
That's me for today - back tomorrow with the project photos. I will post them in the afternoon after I get back from Liz's funeral.
'Bye for now.