Monday, 28 June 2010

Art for artsake card (MMM something new)


Thought I would use my new stamp from Scrollswork today to make this vintage looking card. It is in the art nouveau style and I have combined it with a new technique to me of rolling the paper edges as I wanted to show off the really nice French style paper and also add another layer to the card. Have combined this with some lace and my favourite newspaper flowers with a button in the middle. All stamps used from Scrollswork. I have been a part of the Scrollswork Design team for nearly 6 months now so my DT time is nearly coming to an end. I want to let you all know that they are looking for their next Design team members for the next 6 months..so check it out by clicking the link as you get a load of their really good stamps to play with..tell them I sent you and good luck!

13 comments:

Claireabelle said...

Lovin' this Lorraine, it's just gorgeous
x

Lynn Stevens said...

ohhh What a Great vintage card! Love it!

Carin said...

This card is breathtaking! Really beautiful!

Donna said...

This is just gorgeous Lorraine! You keep amazing me every time you make something! I love the curled paper..and especially the paper flower. I would swear I have that same lace..but mine cost $15.00 a yard. It was crocheted and was cotton. (I sent my 17 yr.old son to buy some white lace.--total cost $30.00 for two yards!) I've used it very sparingly!

Beautiful work as usual. :o)

Your friend,
Donna @ Comin' Home
www.thehomemakingarts.blogspot.com

Pat Beaumont said...

love your vintage card - and the flower

Crissi Harvey said...

stunning card Lorraine love the stamps and the lace just gorgeous

Lori said...

Love the card, the idea of rolling the edge is brilliant, really shows off the paper!

Kris Dickinson said...

So wonderful Lorraine.

Hermine said...

Absolutely gorgeous

Shona Cole said...

lovely work, as always!

Oxana said...

Simply BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

ALTERED ARTIFACTS said...

Wow ... I always look forward to seeing what you have done and you never disappoint :)

Diane said...

This looks fantastic, Lorraine! Diane