Pages

Friday, 27 January 2012

Six Ways With Lace..No.5

Hello friends,
Lace technique number 5 today and I think this is my favourite.
I've used lace (yes, it's the redundant net curtaining sprayed with glimmer mist!) 
This time as a background to the aperture.
I've used Lacey Circles to create the aperture and the Anemone Flower Topper for the lovely flower.
The very pretty edge is Edgeabilites® - Classic Triple Scallop.
Back tomorrow with my final lace technique.
Also, little newsflash - I should be back on Create and Craft towards the end of next month doing something a little different - it will not be cards...
I will definitely give more details when I can.
Have a great Friday and take care.

20 comments:

Missmizog said...

Hi Christine
Love this card.
Sue

Kilkenny Kat said...

morning Christine
Wonderful card I will certainly be doing a version of it today
Mary

Carole Z said...

Hi Christine..this is so pretty! Look forward to seeing you back on TV next month! Carole Z x

melanie said...

Great card must try this Melanie

Chloe's Nan said...

Lovely card Christine, is that a touch of spray glitter on the flower or the finish on the paper? Either way it's a really nice look xx

Julia Watts said...

Love this. The dies are gorgeous! Julia xxx

Lucycat said...

I really love this card it is getting very difficult to have a favourite they are all so pretty. x.

Susan.... said...

Fabulous !
Hugs
susan x

Sue Yorkshire said...

Christine this looks so pretty. I love how you have used the net curtain. good job I dont have any at the windows cos think they might have a big bit missing lol. Might have to pop to the charity shops to see if they have any. Looking forward to seeing what you are doing at the end of the month sounds intriging.
Sue xxx

Hellma said...

Very nice card Christine.

A said...

Really pretty Christine. Good use of the redundant nets. I love the shimmer and the flower die.
Anne

Elizabeth said...

You are a tease Christine...can't wait to see your genious again on C and C - I know it will be great. Love the card too. Must get some curtaining to try this technique.

Elizabeth
x

Lindyloo said...

A very CAS card, I like it very much Christine.
Can't wait to see what you are bringing for us next month, is it anything to do with Scrapping Sundays by any chance. That would be good to see. It's nice to see Scrapbooking on C&C but would love to see your view on it too.
All the best Linda

Craftychris said...

This is such a nice technique - I will definitely be giving this one a go. oooh you are teasing us - can't wait to see what you will be bringing us next month on c & c! xx

lockedinmycraftroom said...

Lovely Card, Christine. I will be trying this over the weekend.
Chris

Anonymous said...

Simple elegance, you are certainly getting your moneys worth out of that redundant net, I need to go rummage in the airing cupboard! haha
What a totally lovely week of demos Christine, thank you very much x
Huge Hugs
Sandra Riley

Sandra Riley.... said...

Beautiful card yet again!
Looking forward to your next visit to C & C, totally love all the inspiration.
Thank you for taking the time out each day to give us all such great inspiration Christine.
Hugs
Sandra

Ita said...

O.M.G Christina this is a stuning card and it looks easy to make will try,If my handel for the my grand Calibur, ever arrives? It snapped last week,and the machine is less that 4 week's old
Ita

Redanne said...

This card is stunning and very elegant. Thank you so much for my beautiful card prize - it is really lovely and much appreciated. Regards, Anne Rx

confusedabc said...

Hi Christine,
What a lovely card and so different but very nice.Look forward to seeing you on TV. Have a lovely Easter. Cheers Jean

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...