25 July 2012

Lucy Cromwell

What can I say I just love Lucy Cromwell's range.

You can make so many different things in many different styles.

This first card is made using an A5 white card blank.
Using a mixture of Boofle and Lucy Cromwell papers,
all papers had their edges inked to give a
slight aged/distress look then faux stitching was added
to each, using a gel pen. Various embossing folders
were then using to added texture and finally the
decoupage added to finish.

This card was made cutting two different papers,
each covering half the card and a paper ribbon
adhered across the join. Inking the edges to distress.
Sentiment mat and layered using the same papers.
Paper flowers wired together and leaves cut using
Xcut quilling die to the corner of the decoupage.

Using the same layout as above, but using different
papers, flowers and decoupage.

Once the stepper card was cut and folded from
a white A5 card blank each section was mat and layered.
Decoupage was used for the main focal point and spotted
ribbon added to the right of is with pearl gems and
a wellington boot topper.
Each small section has a topper/sentiment in
varying sizes and pink gems all from the
Lucy Cromwell ultimate pack.

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