Thursday, February 10, 2011

Reflection Card

Hello,

This is my first reflection card.

This was a quick card.  I brayed the top and bottom of the card leaving the center white.  Then I stamped  Lovely As a Tree image for the main image.  Next I stamped the same image on the clear packaging that hold the embossing folder.  I flipped the image upside down to get the trees reflection.  I sponged Chocolate Chip ink for the ground. I wasn't happy with the ground area. I thought it should be green. Well, what a good excuse to make another card!

Until next time. Thanks for taking a peak!  Have a wonderful weekend!

Helen

6 comments:

Ann said...

That turned out really pretty.

Michelle said...

Hi Helen

I think this looks fantastic!! I love the brown.

The photo corners look brilliant too.

Michelle :-)

Whimcees said...

Hello!

I love this image used in a reflection card - it's perfection! I love the ground area color!

I hope this finds you well and wish you a happy weekend!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Happy Quilling said...

Today, instead of studying for my exam on wednesday, I watched all day long videos and tutorials about stamps and techniques for making beautiful cards, so you can imagine that seeing now your wonderful card only made me like these techniques even more. I appreciate so much all your good work and all the crafts you are able to do! I also added your blog in my list, so I can keep in touch with it as much as possible. So I was wondering if you would also like to add my blog ( http://happyquilling.blogspot.com) in your blog list. Thanks a lot!
Diana from Happy Quilling

Monica said...

Hi Helen, the ground area is perfect. What a lovely card indeed. You are just so good!

xxx Monica

Jazzie Casas said...

Lovin this! A while back I was looking for a thank you card for a friend's son. I had zero luck finding what I was looking for. I told a group of friends about this problem one night while we were having a few drinks. We proceeded to get smashed and make up a bunch of greeting cards we found funny. I had been writing down the cards we made up and the next morning I read them. Much to my surprise the cards were still funny even when sober.