Same tools, different results

These cards were made with the same products I have used for the last two posts (leaving out the technical blip one!). I just decided to change up the colour scheme a bit. The one with the little shoes was a breeze, done in literally minutes with leftover decoupage elements and a square card blank that I cut down to make the size I wanted.

This second one I believe could be called a difficult birth. We went through a lot of trauma and bad things were said. To be honest I wished my craft space had gas and air on offer. I would have happily inhaled deeply many times. I’m still not 100% happy with it (about 55%, really), but, like parenthood, you do your best and then live with the end result.

I think I am done with baby card posts for a while!

Supplies for card one: Serif CraftArtist  – Louise Tiler Baby Bloom digikit; Craftwork Cards card blank

Supplies for card two: Altenew Baby Zoo stamps and dies and Dark Chocolate & Ocean Waves inks; Cuttlebug Just My Type embossing strips (from old stash)

 

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20 thoughts on “Same tools, different results

  1. More beautiful cards! I love the embossed button border on card 2. I’ll be honest and say I’ve wished for gas and air many times when I’ve been doing story and songs for 2 hours and the only person willing to settle for the night was me!

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  2. These are the sweetest cards 🙂 The colours are beautiful Gillian and I do love the embossed detail on the giraffe card. There are many times when I have to tell myself to ‘walk away from the card’ when I can’t seem to get it right in my head! Sometimes a cuppa helps, other times it could be an overnight job where I’ll just abandon it until the next day!

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    1. Thanks Karen! Some of my horrors spend the rest of their days in a box. It’s meant to be ‘work in progress’ but the inmates rarely see the light of day again!

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  3. GORGEOUS….the end result is quite perfect for both. Love the twins. 🙂 🙂 Each so different yet so adorable.

    Well done!! Again you’ve managed to inspire some new ideas in this little Gold Fish Brain of mine.

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  4. Both amazing cards, but I have a soft spot for polka dots, so the first one didn’t just speak to me, it positively demanded my attention.

    You have a real talent for card making. Great cards and the colours you choose are so perfect together.
    ~ Cobs. x

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