Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Mold II photos - part 1

Good afternoon everyone

This afternoon I have the first set of photos from last night's Mold II meeting & they are of the Show & Tell. The theme was a DL card with a 3-d floral theme.

Some ladies were a little confused by the term "3-d" - but non the less did a 3-d card.  I use the term to explain a non-flat image - so, using pads, or glue gel, to raise the other layer(s).  But in this instance - decoupage would be appropriate.

Anyway - here are their cards;

Elizabeth made 2 cards.  The top one is a gorgeous silver design & I love the raised banner with the sentiment on.  That is quite a popular design feature at the moment.
The second card was on a dark green background & Elizabeth has used Dreamees flower stamps.

Christine's card has lovely 3-d flowers on scalloped circles each side of a beautiful butterfly.

Helen's card has a lovely stamped "ribbon" running down the centre with flowers on squares.
This would make a lovely bookmark! 

Annette chose landscape orientation for her card & her flowers are set on a scalloped oval.
A lovely design Annette - very striking.

Carol found more of that lovely Dufex card to make her floral display on her first card.
Those fuchsias are beautiful.  Such a shame they don't make that anymore.
Her second card has a lovely flower at the top with a pretty plaque for the sentiment.

Sue also chose landscape orientation for her card & the Dufex image for her floral topper.
Very dainty & pretty.

This stunning card is from Elma & she has used a flower die that has the look of a Poinsettia 
(or it may actually have been a Poinsettia die - sorry I can't remember).
But the impact comes in the colour Elma chose to do them in.

Great cards as always ladies.
More photos tomorrow - the project photos.

'Bye for now.

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