Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Medieval card

I don't know why - maybe it's because of my interest in all things medieval - but I seem to be most comfortable creating with this theme. Here is my latest card, which I've made for my sister-in-law's birthday.

I scored and folded an A4 sheet of black card, onto which I layered two different patterns of paper from the Robert Adams Medieval CD; the rubber stamp is an unknown I picked up from ebay, stamped in black versafine onto white card and layered up onto silver mirri. The metal embellishment was a pie case dry embossed using a Dreamweaver stencil. I love it, I hope Ginnie does! It's quite a simple card, but looks very sophisticated.

10 comments:

Shellie said...

ing Diane I love it

Stitchinwitch said...

That looks great.

carolann said...

Wow i love this card it is absolutely brilliant hun well done xxxxxx

Julie said...

I agree Diane a very sophisticated card It's great!!

Sian said...

Great card, I love the image :)

carolann said...

Superb card I really love the colours
and image you have used WTG xxxx

Claireabelle said...

Gorgeous card Diane.
xx

Cazzy said...

Very medieval! Would be good for a man or art lover.

craftytrog said...

Stunning card Diane! BTW thanks for reminding me about the make of the Da Vinci stamps and leaving a comment xx

melody said...

wow ~ gorgeous card! love that stamp!

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