This morning I have the photos of Mold II's project from Tuesday evenings meeting. The project was the Twist & Pop-up card;
Carolyn's card is in a beautiful light shade of blue. She hadn't at this point created a topper for the front - that is to follow.
The front & inside of Sue's card - again a very delicate colour. I seem to recognise that paper & little topper - I am sure I had that set at some time. Very dainty.
Outside & inside of Elizabeth's card & it looks like she might have used Crafty Individuals paper pad for her card - but I could be wrong. How about that beautiful large butterfly on the front.
The outside & inside of Annette's card. Lovely clean & crisp choice of papers & colours.
Makes you fancy a cup of tea & cake just looking at it.
The outside & inside of Dot's bird designed card. That is a gorgeous topper on the front.
The pictures inside Dot has coloured - but I have a little feeling that she actually drew them too.
Am I right Dot?
The outside & inside of Rita's card with her signature large embellishment on the front.
That's a really nice colour combination too.
The outside & inside of Carol's card with pretty birds & butterflies featured.
The next photo is a group photo of the cards.
I don't know why I didn't do this for Mold on the Thursday.
This card was a feature in"Quick Cards made Easy" magazine this month & Rita brought it in for me to see. It also had a diagram for the mechanism portion of this card - so I am going to photocopy it & see if it makes a different size card. If it does I will produce a copy for everyone.
Rita also suggested that I should send a photo of all the cards to the magazine stating we wanted to make one after reading about it & perhaps they may print the letter, even as the star letter (I love Rita's thinking) & then we could share the prize. I am not sure how we share if it is only an ordinary letter & gets one small prize. See the post that will follow this one later this afternoon. But I will look into creating a better montage of the cards by using some software I have.
OK that is me for the time being.
I will be back later - 'bye for now.