Today I have the photos from the Show & Tell at the Mold II meeting, where the challenge was a card from a sketch, & for the card to be an easel card.
There were quite a few ladies absent last night through illness & other commitments - so just a few to show.
Carol found some lovely long stemmed flower stamps which appeared to be made just for this card sketch, & a pretty pink flower to act as the easel stopper.
Elizabeth produced this gorgeous card where she mirrored the design on the easel on the floor base as well. Those flowers are absolutely lovely.
Helen also had some long stemmed flower stamps which suited the sketch design & that pretty peel-off border helps create the 4 sections.
Elma created her 4 panels in the sketch by pleating some really pretty paper. The stopper is a lovely die-cut floral spray.
Annette's panels are from an embossing folder which has then been lightly inked in lilac to highlight the pattern & to delineate the 4 sections she has painstakingly laid down 3 lines of individual peel off dots.
Sue made her card as a tent fold - which stands similarly to a proper easel. I absolutely love the masculine feel to this card. Sue also stamped the card background with a clock stamp tying everything together beautifully.
This card was made by Dot who was not at the meeting due to being unwell - but in my emails this morning I found she had sent me a photo of the card she had made for the show & tell.
Dot also mentioned that the tie-stamps she had purchased for 99p in a charity shop & the original box still had the price on it of £9.99 - what a bargain! Thank you for sending the photo in Dot.
That is me for today - tomorrow the photos from the evening's project.
This evening I am off to the CSNW March meeting & will have photos from there for you, including I hope, last month's project as well.
'Bye for now.