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Sunday, 10 October 2010

Tearing and lace! PDCCC

It's a long story how this card developed... Suffice it to say, I was playing during the day, couldn't sleep in the night so carried on playing, this is the result.

DP: from Artylicious Seasons Greetings CD printed onto water colour paper.
Glimmer mist: Lily Pad
Sticky Fingers Spray: Grass Green
Glimmer screens: Winter Trees which didn't quite work  :)
Lace: Ribbon Girl
Bells: Dunhelm Mill

PS I'm plucking up the courage to add some stitching ... faux or real, does it need any?.. what do you think?

tc Sue xx


Nigel said...

It depends where you're going to stitch.

Fantastic card, I love the mottled effect on the tree :)

Susan Allan said...

This card is stunning I love how it looks like it has been done with watercolours. Never be afaid..stitching always adds something and it doesn't have to be perfect. That is my theory anyway.
Sue xx

Susan Allan said...

Not sure if I was already a follower, but I have just become one.
Sue xx

themessycraftroom said...

Hi a lovely card I love it without the stitching. Love the little bells. Hugs x ChrisB

Aquarius said...

Lovely card and you have at least one for christmas now. I wouldn't think this needs any stitching except perhaps just a little (faux would be good)on the torn strips of green paper left and right.

Maria said...

Very pretty card! Love the tree with lace and bells...lovely!

pehtdn said...

Enjoyed this beautiful card! Any instructions?
Pat Noble

Lisa Somerville said...

Lovely holiday card, the printed BG looks great on the WC paper. Thanks for playing at the PDCC.

Suzanne Brookfield said...

Hi Sue, lovely piece. You know I am a fan of stitching but I do think your peice is perfect as it is.

Suz x

Sarah Anderson said...

Love those bells! And great use of this week's play date colours. Stitching is always good, go on, be brave!!!

Andrea Ewen said...

Very chic, love all of that gorgeous lace! Wonderful accent! Thanks for playing along with us at the Play Date Cafe!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

Beautiful tree--love that lace too! Great job!! Thanks for joining in the fun and playing along with us at the PDCC:)

JeanFB said...

Beautiful card - love the torn bits and the lace. I don't think it "needs" a thing, but if you'd like to try stitching, it would look lovely, I'm sure!

Phree said...

Love your take on the colour challange. The lace looks great with the torn tree.