Monday, 4 April 2011

Juliet in the field of nasturtiums - Sarah Kay - Stamp and Create Product spotlight and April challenge

I have made a shaped card using the image Juliet in the field of nasturtiums by Sarah Kay, which I reflected in a pool of water created using 3d clear gloss finish. The papers are Basic Grey Cappella, and the button is also Basic Grey. I have used ivory crochet ribbon and scor tape, and crystal ice stickles to help me create this card. The puches are martha stewart and the flowers are wild orchard crafts.

I hope you like it.

Challenges
Basic Grey - More than one fold
Allsorts - Blooming Blossoms
Secret Crafter - Butterflies

11 comments:

Riet said...

So beautiful card Vicky,I love the image and the colours.
So gorgeous papers.

Hugs Riet.

debby4000 said...

Oh this is wonderful Vicky and adorable cute image.
luv
Debby

Chrissy said...

How wonderful. What a fabulous card and the colours are so beautiful, and a stunning image.
Luv CHRISSYxx

hayward69 said...

This is fantastic especially the idea of having a reflection - very clever.

Jayne xx

Distressed Miss said...

This is beautiful Vicky what a fantastic idea to do the reflection. You are one clever lady.
Hugs
Clare
x

brenda said...

beautiful work Victoria and you ahve achieved the reflection perfectly.

Thank you so much for sharing your lovely creation and joining in my Bloomin’ Blossoms theme at Allsorts this week

B x

There's a Stampalot voucher up for grabs here

Cecelia said...

Beautiful! Love the reflection idea.

Hugs xx
Cecelia B

Auntie Em said...

Love this technique. Great card!
Thanks for sharing! :)

Mummylade said...

what a great idea with the mirrored image. Thank you so much for entering this creation in the Allsorts challenge, good luck!

Jane (Carroll's Creations) said...

Gorgeous!

Thanks for joining our "Butterfly" challenge on SECRET CRAFTER SATURDAY CHALLENGE :)

Hugs Jane x

Cathy said...

Gorgeous card Vicky, and well done with the reflection. Thank you for joining in the Basic Grey Challenge this time.
Cathy xx