Still trying to come up with super simple cards for beginning stampers that won't break their budget. Again, this card doesn't take a whole lot in the line of supplies.
I really do like this card, it is simple but elegant looking (I think, anyway) and I was disappointed as that doesn't show in the photo -- sometimes I just can't get the photo to look as good as the card -- oh well - this is what I got. And that cording is silver, parts of it look gold in the photo.
Also, the main image is embossed and popped up on dimensionals. Most of my work has something popped up on dimensionals, I use them all the time, but I usually can't get that to show up very well either. Maybe I should take a photography class!!!
Date: Wednesday, September 20, 2006 GMT Views: 3060
Registered: March 12, 2006 Location: Big Pool, MD. Posts: 5144
Wed, Sep 20, 2006 @ 8:51 PM
i agree. simple and elegant are exactly my reaction. and beautiful. i love the main image. i also agree that photos never do justice to cards. you just don't get the richness in color, dimension, sparkle, texture, etc of the actual card. so when i see your beautiful cards, i just think...'gee, and to think it's even prettier irl.' :)
Registered: July 18, 2006 Location: Beautiful, British Columbia, Canada Posts: 24387
Wed, Sep 20, 2006 @ 10:36 PM
Just love your cards...from the simple beginner ones to the amazing "high end" ones you make. TFS all your wonderful creations.
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