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Friday, 11 April 2014

Diamond Shapes & Enamel Dots

Hello again my dahlings

I've been a bit absent online lately.  Partly due to the usual excuse of "being busy" and also because in my spare time, I haven't sat down and made anything. I've been catching up on a backlog of TV series plus I've been reading and meditating. It all eats into crafting time.

However, last night I decided to relax with stamps, scissors and coloured card.


I dug out a sheet of red card and my Clearly Besotted Geometric Style Stamps. I tried a couple of other ink colours before settling on my default when it comes to red, black. It's design-wise, my comfort zone. Must try and make a red card with another colour combo next time.

The black enamel dots are Sprinkles by Doodlebug Design Inc and are absolutely gorgeous as an embellishment, I just love the sleekness of them and the perfect glossy sheen.

Right, well the weather is perfect for a day out. Blue skies and fluffy white clouds. I'm off on a little adventure. One of my Word for the Year trips. I'll hopefully come back with photos to share in the next post

Until then, have a great weekend


8 comments:

wienerhoneymooners said...

Lovely!

Shirley A. said...

Fabulous card! Your cards are always inspiring.

alexa said...

So graphically sharp and interesting - and a colour combination that's always smart. Hope you enjoy a fluffy adventure outside :).

JoZart said...

Great design , beautifully made!
jo x

wienerhoneymooners said...

You know, I think this is really lovely and also, is perfect for the CAS(E) this sketch...maybe you would link it up,for giggles... though I am not giggling, I really do love it!
Have a great day!

Gabby said...

Smashing card! LOVE the colors, design, dots and stripes. I too adore the Doodlebug dots. :)

Cath Wilson said...

Great design, Paul - I bought a diamond stamp once, intending to do something similar, but it was compressed and has never stamped properly, unfortunately. I did alter another stamp, though and made a Serendipity card that way...x

Monika Reeck said...

I love the color combo you made here dear Paul you know it is pink right and I am not a fan of Pink and you can make it look masculine also feminin on this card ...great job Paul and I really love the clean and simple feel here...hope to see you again on my Blog cause I MISS your lovely words.hugs...Monika