Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Faithful Friend

Hi folks! Here's another card I made for the launch of Jayne Netley Mayhew's new rubber stamp sets. The Border Collie is such a wonderful and strong image, as soon as I saw it I knew I wanted to make a simple card in the shape of a rosette.
I used my Cricut and Gypsy to create the rosette card shape. I covered the front with some red velvet paper and the inside with some stripy patterned paper. I used my Nestabilities to die cut the mats and layers. I stamped, painted with watercolours, carefully cut out and adhered the main image in place with dimensional glue gel.

I finished off the card with the sentiment which was also part of the stamp set and just perfect for the image.
Ciao for now!
Sandra x


Rosietoes said...

Just sensational Sandra. Beautiful card and great idea using the rosette.

Edna x

pinky said...

Sandra this is gorgeous, love the shape you have achieved.

Fiona said...

What a brilliant idea to do a rosette shaped card Sandra. Lovely colours and texture and especially like the stamp inside the card.

Fiona x

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

What a fabulous idea for that stamp - inspiring as always!

Ann said...

wowza - you are just sooooooooooooo creative.
this is stunning.
Ann xxx

Di said...

Hi sandra
Thanks for your lovely comments, this card is gorgeous! fabulous for those collie lovers.
I had a quick look at your blog and i just love baby Peter you are sooo talented, cant wait to see more.
Hugs Di xxx

Marina said...

Your card is gorgeous!
The layout is fantastic, such a brilliant idea and the image is just wow.


Jan said...

It's great Sandra, xx Jan

Dawn said...

Lovely idea and it looks great

Love Dawn xx

Caroline and Jayne said...

loving your projects xxx
You should come and share some on our crafting blog some time sure fiskarettes would love to see these amazing cards x

Gill said...

Oh Sandra this is fantastic . You dont know how often I would be able to use this design. Hmmm now need either a template for the card design or a Gypsy to go with my cricut. I bought the stamp as soon as I saw them go on Joanna's website :-)