Tuesday, 17 March 2015

A few sneak peeks



Morning Peeps, it's a very wet and dreary start to the day here in the Fens and the forecast looks like more of the same, so one to stay indoors and keep warm I think.

I thought I would share a few more of my recent Tattered Lace samples which were on last Fridays shows on C&C, as many of you know the shutter cards were a sell out in less than an hour leaving limited products for the weekend. But I am told they will be back again very soon, I have to say these are a real favourite with me as you can make them in minutes, I have spent many hours over the years trying to make this shape a score board and a good number have ended up in the bin.

The pink Parisian inspired one was on the TL blog the other day so I won't bore you with the details as they are all here along with the product list.


On this one I used the layering templates which are all part of the Shutter card set and added liberal helpings of glitter. There is also a full alphabet in the set.

And here are a couple of sneak peeks of what will be coming up in next Monday programme ******amended, show has been brought forward to this Thursday 19th March****** for the four day deal, any ideas what they might be (not that there are any prizes mind you) ?

The one to the left was a little experiment using one of the dies to make something completely different, I know again, but that's the beauty of TL dies, there is so much more to them than what you see on first appearances. I even managed to get a bit inky with some acrylics and stencils as well.


Have a good week everyone.

52 comments:

  1. I love this design of card but always so fiddly to do on a score board, yours look lovely, xxx

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  2. fabulous cards, what gorgeous samples, Brenda!
    another good if lucky 3 points last night... come on!!

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  3. Stunning tri-shutter cards Brenda, I made two back in the day when they were very popular but struggled so much cutting them out the I said "never again" :o)
    Jackie xx

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  4. The pink hearts card is a true wowser Brenda love everything about it especially the three hearts in the middle. The black and white shutter card is an eye catcher to say the least.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x
    ShirlsCards.

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  5. Completely amazing and I think you have just convinced me I "need" that die.... I think I have made about two of these in my life (I don't have the patience) but they are so effective and like this they could actually be fun. This sample is absolutely stunning with those gorgeous papers and that colour combo, - gorgeous!!

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  6. Two stunning card Brenda love the design and the papers are fabulous

    Anne

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  7. These are fabulous, must make one of these again love that Parisian one especially. Hope you are well x

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  8. Stunning cards Brenda, such a wonderful die, I am not surprised it sold out so quickly!
    Your designs are gorgeous, I especially love the papers on your first card.
    Sue xx

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  9. These are lovely Brenda and so much easier than cutting them out yourself. Looking forward to seeing more of you gorgeous work xx

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  10. Wow Brenda ,this is gorgeous.The pink Parisian is my favorit.Beautiful how you have used the paper.
    Blessings,Elly

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  11. These are both so gorgeous Brenda, but my favourite has to be the stunning Paris one! x

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  12. Love both your cards Brenda !!

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  13. Wow Brenda, these are so fancy! Love all the gorgeous flowers on the first one. The second one is very striking. hugs :)

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  14. Very beautiful first job ! Tender and romantic )))

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  15. I do like these Brenda, they're very classy - I particularly like the pink one x

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  16. hello, Brenda
    these two cards are just beautiful! I especially love the first card because I love the romantic look!
    hugs Regina

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  17. Love these cards Brenda but couldn't afford the dies this time round but maybe someday. Like you mine end in the bin more times, my head does not do measurements any more!! Your card is absolutely stunning, those hearts look so three d from here.

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  18. Both beautiful cards. Glad to be blogging again.

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  19. Oh wow! There must have been so much time put into these amazing beauties! I love the versatility of the designs, too. The top one is so soft and feminine with it's romantic floralscape, while the bottom is much more masculine feeling. Super cool creations!

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  20. Wow, what fabulous cards and a super die - no wonder it sold out so quickly. Especially love the colours on the first and the lovely romantic feel to it. Hope the weather improved for you - it was supposed to be the same here today but it turned out rather nice for a change xx

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  21. Wonderful cards,Brenda!Beautiful papers and great fold!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Hugs,Kari :)

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  22. Brenda, your card designs look beautiful! Love how you used the same layout for both, and yet, they look completely unique and wonderful! So pretty! May I ask where you found the template for the cards? They are remarkable. hugs, de

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  23. I love this card fold and usually make all the cuts myself but this die would make life so much easier and the job a little quicker. It is a shame that it sold out so quickly.
    You have created such a pretty card here Brenda, love the papers on the first one and the monotone one is very striking too.
    Lorraine

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  24. Hallo liebe Brenda,
    beide Karten hast du mit sehr viel liebe zum Detail erstellt,ich bin total begeistert,hab noch einen schönen Tag,
    glg ulrike

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  25. I am so embarrassed! I reread your post and see you have used the die cut as the template. LOL sheesh - the answer was right there all along! hugs, de

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  26. Fabulous shutter cards, Brenda! I have never try to make one of them.
    Love expecially your first one, very romantic and with a shabby/vintage look, it's adorable!

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  27. Great shutter cards Brenda! (And another 3 points!!) x

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  28. Oh, I so love the shutter cards!

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  29. Beautiful shutter cards, really like the first one. I've never successfully made one of these.

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  30. Fantastic cards today Brenda. These shutter cards are so impressive and to think that one pass through a die cutting machine can produce them takes so much of the maths out of crafting. Maths has never been one of my strong points so anything that reduces that is great for me. I was too slow to get these dies last weekend but hopefully I'll be able to get one at the Doncaster Summer Crafting Show.
    Take care and keep warm
    Lesley

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  31. Stunners Brenda! love the papers you've used, fabulous work!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  32. I just LOVE these shutter cards Brenda!! xx

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  33. Fabulous Brenda and love these shutter cards.
    Mags
    x

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  34. Two beautiful shutter cards! It's quite unusual to be able to find a die cut with several layers.

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  35. stunning shutter cards Brenda - these look so amazing - fantastic - can't believe they are made with a diecut - fantastic! Big hugs to you clever lady! Rachel x

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  36. I did 2 of those shutter cards at Christmas and hated cutting all the papers, a die set will make it a breeze! Love your Parisian best, great papers!

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  37. lovely tri shutter cards dear, different from your usual style

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  38. Wow Brenda these are so beautiful I love them both so much excellent makes.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  39. Beautiful creations Brenda. Love the images you used on these cards. I've only made one of these before, as you stated it takes a lot of measuring and cutting, if you don't have a die for it, so I haven't done one since then.

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  40. What a perfect project! Wooow!~I like this so much!

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  41. Fabulous Tri shutters, haven't done one in ages, thanks for the inspiration. Love the first card;-))m

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  42. Two fabulous cards Brenda, love how you've used those gorgeous papers on the first.
    Avril xx

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  43. Great shape! Love the green-pink combination on the first; looks classy and so elegant!! Hope you will get warmer or sunnier weather soon...hugs, Gerrina

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  44. These are just fabulous Brenda - both very different, great examples of how they can be used for male and female cards hugs Judith x

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  45. Both beautiful cards, Brenda.
    Love the pretty first one and the second great for a fella

    Sorry I missed these on Tues but so glad I found them today :)

    xx

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