This week our t-potters are tickling each other, and uplifting ourselves with the warmth and hope with encouraging words and lighthouses. Come and join us.
I have never seen a real lighthouse, but it is on my bucket list...always thoguht they were so peaceful, hopeful and maybe even romantic. The closest I have seen is htis neat 2 foot one we have in our garden in our backyard. I do love it, it is pretty and the solar light on the top even rotates around and sheds light just like a lighthouse, so yes can't wait to see a real one.
I water colored this lil one and added some glitter for the light to shine even more ( well ok...needed an excuse to add some glitter somewhere...lol.), cut him our and sponged the edges on it as well as the bg paper, and I also sponged the raised part of the embossing with black as well on the side. I sponged the clouds with paper towel and raised the lighthouse up which you can't tell from here. thank you for the visit and have a great day..:0)...HUGS
Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2014 GMT Views: 600
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni Proud Fan Club Member
Registered: April 18, 2011 Location: Melbourne, Aus Posts: 32536
Tue, Jan 28, 2014 @ 6:19 PM
Wendy this looks wonderful, such a rich and thoughtful card. I love the way you photographed it with the clock. Lighthouses are all about timely warnings. I loved your story, lighthouses do look peaceful and romantic on beautiful days, but on wild stormy days they are cold and bleak. Great card my friend. Namaste.
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Registered: December 24, 2007 Location: Sask. Canada Posts: 11272
Tue, Jan 28, 2014 @ 6:39 PM
Wow...You got it done, and how veryyyy pretty...I love how you did your clouds...getting good!! and that's my girl on the Sparkle...I knew you could do...and you found the perfect spot!!!
Love your card!!
Love & Hugs
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