Anyway. Mold club photos. This afternoon I have the first set of photos from their meeting last night & they are of their Show & Tell cards. The theme was set by Joanna - thank you Joanna - & it was to make a card from a sketch using mainly yellow & grey.
Here is the sketch................
............... & here are the cards;
This is Janet's card with the 2 background pieces in the 2 colours. Some lovely air balloons as the decoration over an embossed background.
Here is Joan's card & this time her 2 background pieces are in 2 different shades of grey.
Love that little floral embossing folder.
Pretty grey flowers on yellow circles for the decorations. Ooh - with bling down the side too.
Here is Joanna's version. Ooh now this is going to test my powers of observation. I think the grey layer has the die cut edge & is laid over the yellow. I am sure Joanna will correct me if I have got it wrong. Love the flowers in the circles too.
Lynn's card has a plain grey section with a patterned paper with yellow dots on it for the other half.
Remember I did not see these cards in the flesh - just the photos like you are seeing them - at first I thought the yellow dots were on acetate over patterned paper. I wonder.
I love Sheelagh's striped paper in the background & some beautiful grey & yellow flowers & flourish.
A really lovely bright spring type card - something to look forward to.
Yvonne has produced a lovely clean & simple card with 2 different shades of grey for
the background pieces.
Aren't those little characters cute?
Now - this is from someone who doesn't normally appear in the Show & Tells
yes - it's ME!
When Joanna sent me a copy of the sketch - I thought perhaps whilst I am taking it easy (?/?) I might be able to join in this & it would also help me to make a birthday card for the club lucky dip birthday card box.
The yellow was white card coloured with my new toy - Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens which I used for the yellow half & the butterflies. I used a grey Promarker for the other half.
That is the photos for today - more tomorrow showing their project for the evening.
Take care in this cold weather & stay warm.
'Bye for now