Pages

Tuesday, 26 June 2012

A Variety Today!

Hello Blogland friends,
Yesterday's fabric pretty flower - I just used the fabric on its own, no backing.
As I assembled the flower I added some glue to slightly gather the middle and then added a brad.
Fabric makes a nice alternative to felt but I think I'm still in love with cutting felt! 
In fact, this is just a little sneak peek of a little project I'm making for someone in my family...
Now do you recall this card? 
The phrase 'Imitation is the best form of flattery" was coined by an Eton chappie named 
Charles Caleb Colton - well Charlie I couldn't agree more!
A lovely lady called Gemma who follows my blog, got in touch with me after I featured this card and said she would like to make it.  Unfortunately the stamp I used was out of production but clever Gemma improvised - she used an alternative stamp and instead of Carnation Creations for the flowers she opted for the smallest die in Grand Peony Creations and isn't it superb!
The flowers are cut/embossed from paper that Gemma printed from a Polka Doodles CD.
It is so pretty in pink too!
Thank you Gemma, 
I'm thrilled you sent me your photos and allowed me to feature them here on my blog.
Back tomorrow friends,
Take care,

21 comments:

scottish crafter said...

Hi Christine, see your designs are so great that we all try to replicate what you produce and can be inventive when we don't have the dies you used. Some are better at it than others but we try.

Wilma

nmty said...

Hi Christine, thanks for the info on fabric flowers. I love this card and Gemma's versions are just as stunning. thanks for sharing.

lv norma

Sue Yorkshire said...

Morning Christine

What a lovely card and Gemma has done a wonderful job replicating it

Sue xxx

Elizabeth said...

Hi Christine, you have inspired me to try fabric and felt now, thank you. Lovely cards too Gemma, well done and thanks for sharing. It's great to see other peoples' interpretations of your cards Christine.
Elizabeth x

Lydia Jordan said...

Morning Christine,
You inspired me to try felt which I must say was very successful will have a go a fabric now.
Gemma's adaptions are lovely too. We all need some help some time.
Have a good day.
Lydia
X

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine. Your felt flowers look wonderful.

This is one of my favourite.cards and Gemma's cards look really great too. x.

nattyboots said...

So glad you are not asking us to choose a winner Christine they are both beautiful cards, well done to both of you .

Elaine H X

Sue B said...

What beautiful cards both of them. I can feel the inspiration in bucket loads. Thanks for showing us.
Sue B

Maggie said...

Fabulous card Christine love the simplicity - Gemma's cards are great too.
Here is a link http://capricorncrafts.blogspot.co.uk/2011/11/less-is-more.html
to a card I made a while ago, which is similar this was made before I aquired spellbinders think I will have to case this again taking inspiration from your card!
thanks for sharing
Maggie

Redanne said...

Hi Christine, I love felt too and your sneak peek looks beautiful, so many flowers! I do remember your stunning card and Gemma's cards are beautiful too, love them both. Crafty hugs, Anne x

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine,

Lovely card, Gemma love your cards too, thank you for sharing.
Christine, was unable to post message yesterday re. fabric flower card. I loved the simplicity of it. Very 'summery' and fresh. I'm a great fan of Kath Kidsons designs and all went together so well. Best wishes, Carolyn. x

Planetsusie said...

Your flowers are really pretty Christine. I have been looking for something to brighten up a very plain top - think I might have just had some inspiration!!!

The cards above are all beautiful and it just goes to show what can be done with an idea.

Hugs Sue P xx

hazel said...

Hi Christine loving your card and Gemma's just goes to shop a little imagination and determination produces wonderful delightful things xx hazel

hazel said...

Hi Christine loving your card and Gemma's just goes to show a little imagination and determination produces wonderful delightful things xx hazel

Craftychris said...

Yours and Gemma's cards are fabulous! Just shows what you can do with a little bit of thought xx

Lesley said...

Beautifully simple, I love it!!!

Hugs Lesley x

Linda (Lindyloo) said...

Hi Christine,
What a fab post today. I adore your flowers, both yesterdays and todays felt ones. I think the project your are creating is going to be something special.
I love Gemmas casing of your beautiful falling flowers card, so delicate and so pretty. Also it goes to show that you can use a design on many sizes of cards and still it can look fabulous.
Thanks for sharing Gemmas cards with us, I love to see what everyone is creating.
Regards Linda x

Sarah said...

Your card and Gemma's are beautiful.
Felt is lovely stuff to play with isn't it?

Carole Z said...

Hi Christine! Thanks for sharing Gemma's gorgeous cards...I too love to use felt and fabric with my GC, just been making some poinsettias in felt, Carole Z X

melanie said...

Stunnning creations I have felt but not used it yet thanks for showing Gemma`s cards there fantastic .Melanie

scrappyjen said...

The felt flowers are great, as are the cards inspired by your original.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...