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May 16, 2013

My Fair Lady - Twisted Circular Easel Card

Hi Everyone

Michelle here from Lady Of Leisure Ink, thank you as always Pam for allowing me to play at 'your house'.  As it's Thursday, it is also time for another Dare To Be Sassy Thursday challenge over at Sassy Studios -this week the challenge is to use black and white with a pop of colour.  I loved making this card because this is a fabulous image and is from one of my all time favourite films.

I decided to make this a twisted circular easel card, and used my Cameo to cut out all the card base and background circles.  There is a great tutorial for Twisted Circular Easel Cards here.  As always I used my ProMarkers for the colouring, or more aptly in this case 'shading'.

Of course I had to pay further tribute to the movie with the sentiment, and add a little bling for my 'pop' colour.

Finished it off with a matching envelope.

Please come and join in over at Sassy Studios, the design team have made some wonderful creations to inspire you.

Until next time.



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Karon said...

Gorgeous card, love the papers - and what a fabulous image - they really have nailed this on the head - amazing! TFS

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