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  I wanted to share what I was doing with my pages of upcycled cardboard with my friends at the UK Stampers Network. So I used this spread ...

Wednesday 10 February 2016

February New Releases at SLSLines



Today I want to spotlight this super new image from SLSLines


I really enjoyed colouring this with Promarkers and fineliners.


I cut her out with an arched window die and distressed around the edges
 with 'Spiced Marmalade'.
I added her to this little easel card...



 The easel and base were matted with brown paper from my stash of scraps.
I have a filing cabinet with folders for each colour...
The stand is a snippet of white card distressed with 'Spiced Marmalade' on dimensionals, 
stamped with a 'warm word' from SU.



The flowers - I took lots of white die cut flowers and allowed them to soak up spritzed distress inks - 'spiced marmalade' and 'wild honey'.
Once dry I layered them up and added some gems.



You will find other SLS New Release makes here

Do have a look at the gorgeous SLSLines images...



Look out for the next Challenge at SLSLines on February 20th.



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Happy Crafting!



4 comments:

  1. Lovely card Susan - that image is stunning! And a lot of very intricate colouring there too! LOVE how you coloured your flowers, a great idea!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  2. An absolutely beautiful easel card. She is a stunning image and I love your colour combination. Barbxx

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  3. creepy lady. Love all of the flowers.
    Easel cards are always fun.
    Great idea to use the flowers as the "foot"
    thanks for sharing.

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  4. Wonderful card - love the monochrome look!
    Thanks for playing at Pile It On!
    Helen x

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