A Bit of Bling

As promised, here is the birthday card I've sent to my aunt.  This was one of the last cards I made at craft class before we moved.
Sorry to say the photograph doesn't do enough justice to the image, which is beautifully shiny, without being too much.  The stencil is Sweet Poppy by The Craft Station Ltd.  I am pleased with it because we used Dreamweaver paste.  The last time I used it, well over a year ago, I was absolutely hopeless with it and made a real mess.  I do think there is a skill in spreading the paste on properly.  We took the stencil off and added Glamour Dust, one of my favourite things (considering I don't really do glitter). 
The lattice down the left hand side was cut with a die which I think is from We R Memory Keepers (hoping Jo will correct me if I'm wrong!) and is very delicate.  I actually used spray adhesive to mount it. 
The St Luke's Charity Card Challenge wants to see cards with bling, so I'm happily entering this over there today.  Check it out, it's a great blog for a very good cause.
Thanks for looking in today, I hope the weather isn't too bad where you are, it's absolutely pouring here.  I'm sure that's reason enough to stay indoors and do some crafting.  Pop back soon for my latest creation!
Jane xx

Comments

  1. This is stunning!!! Love the lattice down the side and the stamped image is fabulous!

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  2. What a lovely card Jane...love the black and white..great stamps and I love that MB die...thank you for joining in our challenge over at St LUkes..

    Anne

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  3. Black and white is so striking then add embossing, shimmer and a die cut lattice and you have pure elegance!

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  4. Oh Jane that is stunning, I love your design that gorgeous image, and your papers. hugs Shirleyxxxxxx

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  5. Such a beauty Jane. I'm sure your aunt was delighted with this card. Zx

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  6. Hi Jane, this is so gorgeous. Love the image and fab design.

    Donna x

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous. So elegant in every way and the lattice work is fab. I bet your aunt loves it

    Margaret xx

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  8. What a great image to use for this technique Jane - I can just imagine how shiny it looks in real life. Vicky x

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  9. What a lovely card so pretty :))

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  10. Hi Jane
    gorgeous card....love the Memory Box Die .....

    Hugs sylvie
    xxx

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  11. I love the dream weaver paste...haven't used mine for ages either! You have triumphed with this design though and I'm sure the sparkle is brilliant in real life :0)
    Thanks for joining us at St Luke's for our Birthday month.
    Jenny x

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  12. What a beautiful card! I've only tried my paste twice and made a real mess both times - you've got a real knack with it! Your card is just stunning - love the border die too.
    Thanks so much for joining us at St Luke's this month.
    Tara (aka Craftilicious) x
    St Luke's Charity Cards Challenge Founder

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