Sunday, 18 February 2018

mold photos - part 2

Good morning everyone.

This morning I have the second set of photos from the Mold club meeting on Thursday evening.  This set is of their project where the made the absolutely lovely 4-fold card.

Here are the cards & there are lots of them as I have shown them closed & open.  So! settle down in a comfy chair & a cup of tea (or if it evening - a glass of wine!) & enjoy what you see.




& an extra one from Joanna showing that the card can still be beautiful without doing lots of layers


who has gone for the unlayered look which has made a lovely clean & fresh design


I just know Rhiannon will bring this back when it is finished


Sheelagh then sent Joanna the next 2 photos after she had finished the card at home


Janet had made quite a few samples for the evening - I think she has taken to this design of card in a big way

Card 1

Card 2

Card 3

& card 4 - which is the one I showed only the front of in the previous post because it was Janet's Show & Tell offering

Ladies they are really beautiful & I wish I had been able to stay at the meeting & watch them being produced & hopefully producing one of my own.  But over the next couple of days I will make one here at home & show it when it is finished.

Many thanks to Joanna & Janet who took the evening & gave you that inspiration & thank you again to Joanna for the photos.

I have a couple more photos of some cards that were brought along to the meeting - I will write about those tomorrow.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend.
'Bye for now.

1 comment:

  1. It's always so nice to be able to see the whole class-full of photos like this, I know I took the photos this time but usually it's the only was we can get to see what everyone has made :) They did great work and they're all lovely.


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