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Tuesday, 28 December 2010

At the beach

This is a complete change from 'seasonal' cards - the theme at present on Daring cardmakers is 'at the beach', chosen by Keryn in New Zealand, who, of course, had very different Christmas weather to us in the UK.

I've spent time this morning sorting out a box of offcuts - and I came across some background pieces that I'd made a while ago using the shaving foam technique - if you've not come across this before, you can see a tutorial here.

The 'Sand' section in the middle is an acetate, held in place by brads, over a 'sea' coloured background. The base card is an aqua stardream. Both the marbled background and the 'Sand' section have been mounted on to aqua mirror card, which, unfortunately, doesn't show up here. The photo had to be taken at an angle because of reflection on the acetate if taken face on.


The acetate overlay is for Rainbow Lady 95 - this is for Rainbow Lady 132: your choice of 2010.

This is also for:

ABC: K is for keep it simple
Fab n funky 53: quick & easy does it

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Hazel, very elegant.

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  2. This is a beautiful card hazel and what a gorgeous background you've created. Thanks for joining in with us at Daring Cardmakers.

    Lynda xxx

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  3. Beautiful Hazel, and perfectly evocative...I can almost hear the waves...

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  4. great card hazel-that background piece was just the right colour for this challenge :)

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  5. You did an excellent job with this one..love the acetate background with the beach wording.. nice job
    -anne-

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  6. Such a beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with the ABC Keep it Simple Challenge.

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  7. This is super Hazel. I used to live in New Zealand so had Christmasses just like this. Thanks for sharing Love Cynthia x

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  8. Fantastic card. Thanks for joining us at Fab n Funky this time. Hope you had a great christmas and new year x

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