Tuesday, 21 June 2011
However we do want you to show the 'Sun' somewhere on your creation.
Please pop over and see the super examples made by my DT friends here.
The picture of Stonehenge is layered on matt gold cardstock with assorted Prima papers.
When looking for a suitable photo, I did a Google search asking for free pictures of Stonehenge, some amazing results came up.
I stamped a sentiment and wild flowers onto acetate, covered the picture, then fixed it in place with brads.
The bright flower came from my stash.
I hope you all have the sun shining where you are today.
Thankyou for stopping by to take a look at my card, I realy appreciate you calling.
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Lovely card, it's nice to see the sun, too! ValerieReplyDelete
Wow a perfect card for theme. So very creative. xxReplyDelete
uAU QUE CORES!!!ReplyDelete
This piece is so striking perfect solstice day card. where did you get that fabulous Stonehenge image it is magical XOXO ZoeReplyDelete
So pretty! Love the colors you used, and the sky is gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
A fabulous solstice card, fantastic photo of Stonehenge. hugs CazReplyDelete
stunning Yvonne so serene and the colours are stunningReplyDelete
Fabulous card Yvonne, I could look at that all day long - beautiful setting sun over Stonehenge - how romantic! Despite our forecast being for rain we've actually had not too bad a day and yes, the sun has actually shone - it came with quite a strong breeze though - can't have everything can we - LOL!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Yvonne,and fabulous colours.I wanted a photo of Stonehenge too, the one I thought I had seems to have disappeared so I'll try your idea and see if I can find one on Google.Jean xReplyDelete
Isn't that the truth(your quote) Fabulous card Yvonne. I love everything about it.ReplyDelete
Fabulous card Yvonne, love the coloursReplyDelete
Wow. This is an outstanding piece of art. A keepsake for sure. it is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing this truly inspational card. I love your other cards too. You are very talentedReplyDelete
Did you find this Stonehenge page?ReplyDelete