Friday, 30 May 2008

Oh, I’m such a ‘fan’ of the Daring Cardmakers!

Or should that read….I just ‘made’ a fan for the Daring Cardmakers

It's Tanya’s first time posting and setting the dare on the DCM blog this week and boy has she come up with a good one.
Here’s her brief:-

The Design Team have been busy working on this weeks dare ' It's all in the Shape' set by me. I'm a fan of shaped cards so thought this was a great one to do for my first dare. You can do any theme but your card has to be a shape of some sort.
If you don't have any shapes check out the internet as there are heaps out there. So go for it and can't wait to check out what you guys came up with.

I don’t often make shaped cards so I was scratching my head for a while before I finaly decided to make this………

Each panel of the fan was cut on Roberta Robo and then stamped with Tapestry stamps.
The front panel was stamped with Black StazOn and painted with Twinkling H2o’s

Paper – K & Co Classic designed Paper Pad & Memory Stor (Costco Kit)
Inks – Color Box Fluid Chalk, StazOn (Black) & Versa Color cubes.
Paint – Tulip pearl dimensional Fabric paint & Twinkling H2o’s
Glitter Glue – Stickles
Wired Flower Brad – Karen Foster
Rubber Stamps – Tapestry stamps – Rubber Stamp Tapestry & Best Wished – Fun Stamps
Fine Detail Silver Embossing Powder – Stamp ‘n’ Stuff
Fibers & Ribbons from stash


Karen said...

This is just beautiful!!!!

CraftyC said...

Wow, Its a beautiful card!!

Lythan said...

This card is just so amazing - as are all your other creations this week. All different and all beautiful!

Jackie said...

It's beautiful Sue!

Penny said...

Wow, such a lot of work in this and it's stunningly beautiful! Anyone would be delighted to receive this :)

Thank-you for adding the link to me too - much appreciated.

Juliet said...

This is exquisite Sue, so much work but well worth it!

manicstamper said...

What a lot of work you put into it Sue. It's stunning.

Amanda said...

Sue, this is so beautiful! You have put in such a huge ammount of work and it shows in all the detail. It reminds me of Marie Antoinnette!

kath said...

Wow this is gorgeous and such a lot of work - beautifully done

SharonL said...

sue, this is just so stunning. Love the colours that you have used. It looks aged and just perfect.
You are such a clever wotsit :)
Love Shal.x

PaperBabe - Kim said...

Gorgeous very clever idea!!!

Kathy said...

gorgeous stunning beautiful