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Sunday, March 23, 2014

From a picture

For this week's challenge for Joan's Touch I got to use something I have hoarded for a long time - since 2003, to be exact.  I had a mini calendar for that year, with a Thomas Kincade photo for each day.  I could not bear to throw-  them out - but I think this is the first I have used.  I cut it with a Spellbinder Majestic Elements oval, and layered regular ovals and a larger Majestic Element - just fit the frame.  That is an embossing folder available at Joans Gardens.  I added some half pearls and a scroll in the corner.  The frame is on cream cs.  The corner die is one I seldom use.  I am practicing more and more with the Majestic Elements set, so they are not so neglected.
Neglected die:  http://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/neglected-dies.html
Neutrals, fancy corner, picture:  http://www.joanstouch.com/
Any:  http://ttcrd.blogspot.com/
         http://craftingbydesigns.blogspot.com/ 
        http://www.addalittledazzle.com/dazzling-diva-challenge-17/ 
       http://cutitupchallenges.blogspot.com/
 

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful Dorothy. Love the Thomas Kincade print and your did a great job showcasing it. Great embossing too.
    Thanks for joining us at Joan's Touch for the weekly challenge..
    Joan
    www.joanstouch.com

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  2. So pretty! I love your choice for a picture!

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  3. What a beautiful card, Dorothy! I love Thomas Kincade. What a lovely use of a neglected die as well! Thank you so much for joining us at the Frilly and Funkie Challenge Blog!
    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  4. A lovely card Dorothy with a beautiful use of dies. Thanks so much for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Jenny x

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  5. I can understand your reluctance to use that gorgeous image. Once it's gone, you can't use it again!! But you did a great job with it. I would say it was worth the wait!

    Thanks for joining our Anything Goes challenge at Cut it Up!
    Evelyn
    http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous card! I collect Thomas Kinkaid myself and have several of his lithograpghs grace my home's walls. Thank you for playing along with the Dazzling Divas design team this week.

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  7. Great way to recycle a fabulous image :-) Love that embossing, too! Thanks for joining us at Cut It Up.

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