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Saturday, 14 April 2012

Special Moments

Thanks to the good old English weather, rain has stopped play outside for today, but I did manage to get the garden weeded and helped Mark to lay a path!

So now I'm sat in my craft room and have been able to tick another thing off my "to try" list with this card as I've eventually got to play with my brayer after hours and hours of watching Barbara Gray from Clarity Stamps in action.  Doesn't she make it look easy?  I can't say that I've mastered the art yet, but I'm quite pleased with my first try :-) 


 
I think this could be used for a sympathy card especially with the verse, but not sure with the bright colours!  I'd be interested to see what you think - good or bad :-)

Materials used:
Sentiment - memories
Big and juicy inkpad - vibrant primary
Ribbon from my stash

I'd like to enter my card into the following challenges:

Wags 'n' Whiskers - anything goes
Art Impression Stamps - thinking of you - WINNER
Craft a Scene - silhouettes
Sentimental Sundays - silhouettes - WINNER




xx Happy crafting and glittery hugs xx




30 comments:

  1. Sazzle this is gorgeous, I really like it!

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  2. STUNNING card I love it. now following. Chris xx

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  3. This is gorgeous ,love the background and fab colours.xxx

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  4. A stunning card with lovely colours and stamping.
    Heike xx

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  5. it really is stunning how can i get to see the tut Sally Ann?

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  6. What a lovely card. I love the way you spread the scene out over the panels. Thanks for joining us this month at Craft a Scene. NancyD

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  7. This is Beautiful Sazzle, I stand at the shows and watch her do this so many times but mine don't come out like hers....lol
    Yours is gorgeous and I think the colours are perfect for a Sympathy card.The Birds in flight are perfect too, I love it
    Hugs Mau xx

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  8. I think you have done a fantastic job its perfect xxx

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  9. Stunning card and the sentiment is lovely. x

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  10. So gorgeous! Love the sentiment xx

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  11. THis really stands out - the colours and the sentiment really go together - fab as always xxx

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  12. Gorgeous card have not played with a brayer yet myself but going to play in a couple of weeks at Just Tracy's craft class but well done just love your card. Alison xxx

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  13. This is such a beautiful card, the sentiment is so lovely. I think it would be fine to give for a sympathy card. Your brayering is brilliant I am sure Barabara would think so too x
    Thank you for the popping by to visit me and for your much appreciated comment x

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  14. What a gorgeous card....thank you for joining us at Art Impressions this week.

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  15. Beautiful, Sazzle...lovely colours

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  16. Beautiful card, love the colours. Tinaxx

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  17. Stunning card, can't wait to see your cards once you have "mastered" the brayering. LOL!
    Anne xx

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  18. Wow!!! I think you can claim that you have mastered the art - absolutely gorgeous xx

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  19. Absolutely beautiful.
    Wendy xx

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  20. Just gorgeous!! I think your brayer work is perfect!
    Thanks for playing along with us at Craft A Scene!
    Sheree

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  21. This is absolltley gorgeous, Thanks for joining us this month at Craft a Scene.

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  22. Gorgeous! love how you spread the scene across the card.

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  23. Absolutely stunning card design. Love the sentiment also. Thanks for joining the Sentimental Sundays Challenge!

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  24. oh wow stunning! you did a great job

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  25. Beautiful card! Love how you did all this, and the sentiment in the middle, what a great idea! Thanks for joining us at Craft A Scene!

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  26. I think it would make lovely Sympathy card.

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  27. Gorgeous! My two favourite things here, brayering, and 'mosaic'ing a picture. I'm sure that's not a real word, but you know what I mean, lol. I actually think it would make a great sympathy card, it is calm & peaceful and I don't think its too bright at all, because of the way the colours merge into each other. Lovely entry for Craft A Scene, Shaz

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