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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Inspired

Try it on Tuesdays has us using a poem for inspiration today.  I have used the poem 'Shall I compare thee to a Summers Day'.


I printed the poem out and then brayered over it with Bashful Blue and Wild Wasabi ink and did the same on the card that I mounted it on to.

I stuck my poem onto the backing card and then over stamped it with the 'Just Believe' stamp set and stamped the round stamp from the same set with Daffodil Delight.  I have backed this with Wild Wasabi and Crumb Cake and then used a piece of Woodland Walk DSP onto Wild Wasabi and Whisper White.


I have punched the matted layer with my 1" circle punch.  I have wrapped a piece of Daffodil Delight Taffeta ribbon tied with a bow to finish it off.

Don't forget to go and look at the rest of the DT's work.

I hope you like and until next time

happy crafting

Emma xx

6 comments:

  1. Stunning Emma - as always your brayering is perfect x Loved seeing you at the weekend xx

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  2. This is beautiful --- so creative. I'm learning so much from all of you talented women. Thanks

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  3. Great poem and beautiful card. xx

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  4. Emma - this is stunningly beautiful and it's convinced me that I have to invest in a brayer - yes, I confess, I do not own one !!! - How sad is that? See you Sunday? - Bridgette xxx

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  5. Great card Emma - was good to see you at the weekend and looking forward to Feb - hope you had a good time at your friends.
    Trudi

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  6. Utterly beautiful Emma, so very very lovely!
    x Michelle

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