Only changes I made were with regard to color, orientation, embellishments and sentiment.
I used a technique I've not used in a long time - rolled marbles - on glossy cardstock. My first attempt ended up being the background panel because it was so dark. The second time it came out just right. The clock numbers 12, 3, 6 and 9 are marked with little gemsstones, the second-hand is covered in crystal effects, the sentiment is clear embossed and has an embossed border.
Thanks Pam for sharing your amazing art!
Thanks everyone for taking a peek.
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Sun, Jan 23, 2011 @ 7:01 PM
what a great card with this set. I have it and just keep looking at it hoping an idea will pop up in my head......I think it just did. Casing is my way of making cards. I have definitely been inspired by your awesome work. tfs.
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Sun, Jan 23, 2011 @ 8:14 PM
Awesome technique Audrey Ann. This is an image I just love to see in the gallery. Just love the yellow and chocolate combo. And so very nice of you to come and honour our Queen with such a fine case of hers. TFS
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Mon, Jan 24, 2011 @ 2:58 AM
Love your case! This is my husband's motto I think! He never hurries and he says he is never going to again after spending so many years in the service. He would adore this card. Great job - it is a wonderful creation.
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Mon, Jan 24, 2011 @ 3:23 AM
Audrey, you created a beauty for the Queen. I really like the rolled marble technique you've used. The twine is perfect and the corner hardware is just the right addition. Wow! Now Queen Pamzi will never have to be late for any event..especially the royal wedding she is overseeing....hmmmmmmm LOL
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