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Another Quick One!

Well, it's a better day today! Feeling alot better in myself at long last, and my other problems seem to have been sorted (fingers crossed!). The sun is out so I'm feeling alot more positive now and ready to get down to some crafting.



This is another quick card I made last night....I've got so many birthdays coming up that it's getting difficult to keep track of them - three on Thursday just for starters!! This one is for a friend of mine - I'm not 100% happy with it as it didn't turn out as expected and also, when I added the Glossy Accents to the bath tub, it's distorted the card somewhat but what the heck!!

The image and sentiment are from MFT and I've coloured it with Marvy and added Glossy Accents to the bath tub to give it a shine and Glamour Dust to the bubbles, although I think you will have to click on the photo to get a better look. The background has been made with red Bazzill c.s. and some white c.s. run through the Cuttlebug with the Spots and Dots embossing folder to give the effect of bubbles. The sentiment has been cut with SU punches and added some white dots with a gel pen. Ribbon is from my stash and sticky gems are from Papermania.

Must get a move on with the housework now as I've got to go up the school early to watch Sam complete his sponsored skip....should be amusing!! BTW haven't forgotten about the blog candy I mentioned.....there will be news of it very soon so keep checking by!

Comments

ink'n'rubba said…
stunning card, love the embossing and the 'enamel' bath!
Gia Harvey said…
I think it's very pretty - love the red and white.
Denise~ said…
This is fab Jo! Love this red and white combo. The embossing looks great too. I love the bathtub image and how you glazed the tub itself. Wish I had a tub to like that for relaxing! Nice accent with the punch too. :)

Sorry I haven't written back, been a busy couple days. Hope to have some time later today! Just didn't want you to think I forgot about you! :)
Lauren said…
Fabulous card. The black, red and white is a stunning combination.
Stacey said…
Love the layout and the colours you've used for this card - looks gorgeous! These stamps are fab ~x~
nessy said…
gosh red and white looks very elegant and fresh!! sure your friend will love it!!
vanessa xx
Supermum said…
Jo - I think this card is gorgeous - great girlie image. I really like the way you've added the sentiment.
Sue. x
Suzanne said…
This is very elegant and a great stamp I am sure your friend will love it. Pleased to hear you are feeling better. Sue :o)
Angie C said…
Very striking card Jo, love the white and red together.
Erin... said…
Great card Jo!! Cute idea for the tub!! And i love that cb folder with that image!! What I would do to be that woman in the tub!!!!
Debi said…
What an awesome card!! I love it!
debby4000 said…
love the red and white very striking, fabulous card.
fairymadjo said…
oh its lovely, , the glaze is lovely ,jo x
Jackie said…
Hiya Slim! Love this card, very classy looking :)We must catch up soon. xx
Kari said…
Great card!!! Great use of the two colors!!! Love it!
Zoe said…
Another great card, the red and white works really well.
Tarasdesigns said…
I love this card, white and red is a great combo and it's so simply and elegant. I've just mailed you re the embossing

x
Maureen said…
Really love this card!! The bubble embossing is perfect and I love the simplicity of the red and white!

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