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Saturday, 8 February 2014

DooHickeys Only!

Hi everyone,
I'm back with a card I made at the beginning of the week, I really felt inspired by
MDUC's Doohickeys only challenge
 so thought I would have a go. I was surprised how many I managed to squeeze on and I'm sure I could have probably put a few more on too but I thought that might have been pushing it!

It has a very English country garden feel to it, and I'm so pleased with the final result. The doohickeys used were: cloud, heart love branch, tree, fence and grass edges, doily flower, leaves and tea bench. The cloud (with LOTV sentiment), branches, tree, grass and leaves were all cut from white cardstock and coloured using DI's and SU daubers so that some white still showed through. I cut two of each size doily flower from water colour paper, painted with worn lipstick and dusty concord DI's.
The machine stitched paper layers are the gorgeous Maja Vintage Spring 6th of April and I still can't believe I managed to cut into it!

The bench and fence were frantaged with aged silver and the fence also has a bit of pearlized mica fragments on it too.

A couple of other challenges I would love to enter with this card:
Bunny Zoe - Stitching
Magnolialicious - Anything Goes
I do hope you like my card, thanks for popping by today!


Desire Fourie said...

Just so beautiful and stunning little scene with wonderful textures.
Wishing you a wonderful and relaxed weekend.
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

coops said...

so stunning nicola.lots of pretty details and your scene looks beautiful :D

xx coops xx

DesignerDiva said...

What a stunning card you have made Nicola, so many beautiful details
Hugs Laurie xx

samantha wade said...

Wow that is amazing I just love it..xx

Debbie said...

WOW Nicola this is STUNNING <3
Thankyou so much for joining in with our DooHickey only challenge at MDUC this week
Big Hugs
Debbie xxx <3

Susy said...

Your card is so beautiful, Nicola!


Crafteezee said...

Beautiful. Thanks for joining us at BunnyZoe.
Hugs Tracy x

Gayle's Crafty Blog said...

Gorgeous debut creation Nicola...stunning design..Hugz Gayle xx

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