Tuesday, 29 July 2014

New Home

 Good morning all!
I have two little new home cards to share today.
I made these a little while back but forgot share them with you!

These were made using parts of a kit by Karen MacKellar.
The lady who asked for them wanted two cards which were similar
 but not the same. I made the card up using one of the backing papers sheets
 printed on to cardstock for the easel base then added sentiment on some 
foam tape as the stopper.
I also added a wooden button threaded with raffia.


For the second card, I used plain white cardstock for the base then
added the second sheet of backing paper as a matt.
Such a pretty little kit & always popular.
Such a quick & simple make too!
Thanks for dropping by!


Christina Hicks said...

I felt like it was that game where you spot the differences lol. I thought it was the same card till I read your description. Both are so sweet, I love fences, birdhouses and flowers. Just lovely Dawn.

mags said...

Two gorgeous cards Dawn. Very subtle differences too. Love them.

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous card Dawn.
Gr Karin

Avril Ann said...

Beautiful Dawn, and a perfect New Home card, so much love has gone into this card, I can see, quite plainly, hugs xxx

aussie aNNie said...

Two super creations them

The Journey is the Start

Sue said...

Fabulous cards Dawn,love the slight changes.

Doreen said...

Love the image and fab colours,just

cotnob said...

Two fabulous cards Dawn, the perfect image for a new home card - I'm sure I have this kit!

Sandra H said...

So beautiful are your cards and all of the detail added is stunning x

Tracy said...

Dawn i really love this, beautiful image and papers xx

NanaConnie said...

These are lovely, Dawn! I'm so glad you remembered them and shared them with us. You've inspired me to use some checkerboard papers I have that have been languishing because I had no idea what to do with them. Now I have a couple of wonderful ideas. Thanks, my friend. :-D

crafty-stamper said...

Beautiful cards love the images and great B.papers
Carol x