15/01/2013

The Art of Card Making


We're sharing some fab card making ideas over on the Graphic 45 blog today (from 1pm GMT) along with some fun photo highlights from CHA Jan 13.

Hop over to see Tara's Secret Garden card, Maiko's Little Darlings card and a French Country card from me :-).  Sneak peek above.  Maiko's also done a great video tutorial to show you how her project came together.

5 comments:

  1. Clare, saw your sunflower card on the G45 blog. Beautiful! Love the new papers. Isn't the softer color pad of Core'dinations gorgeous, too?! Zowies. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with everybody. You're a treasure, C! Hugs from across the pond, Ruth Ann :)

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  2. Morning Clare, I saw all the projects over on Graphic 45 Blog, they are all absolutely gorgeous, I especially love your sunflower card, beautiful colours, I truly love the new G45 paper pad collections. I had to chuckle at Maiko's video tutorial on the background to the card, when she was showing each step and stamp to the camera, she kept judging it wrong, but it was a fantastic background for the card.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  3. Hi Clare. I've been trying to post a comment on your blog for a day or so now but have been unsuccessful, so hopefully I'll be lucky today.

    I think I must have had my head in the sand for some time because I have only recently discovered Graphic 45, all their amazing collections and of course your blog. I saw you on C&C recently and was totally blown away by what can be achieved with these amazing products and am so looking forward to being a regular follower of your blog. Love the sunflower card BTW.
    Margaret

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  4. Hi Clare. I'v tried several times to leave a comment but without success - I'm keeping my fingers crossed that this one makes it. You know I think I must have had my head in the sand for some time because I have only now just discovered Graphic 45, all their amazing collections and of course your blog. I saw you on C&C recently and was totally blown away by what can be achieved with these amazing products and am so looking forward to being a regular follower of your blog. Margaret

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  5. I love your work, Clare! It's so elegant and understated. These sunflowers are glorious. Thanks so much for making the world a more beautiful place with your wonderful artistry!

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