Today I’m sharing a card that was published with the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine where the call was to mask a space for sentiments. A little different to my usual style, but I really did have fun creating the sentiment panel and the matching embossed border.
Thanks so much for stopping by, I’ll be back with a TAWS video Sunday, looking forward to seeing you then.
Other Supplies: Ranger Embossing Powder – Liquid Platinum. Cotton
17 thoughts on “A Happy Day Publication!”
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A beautiful card by Therese!
This is different from what I have seen you do and I love it. Great.
Congrats on your most recent publication.
Gorgeous card. I could imagine CASing this with pattern paper instead of the diagonal stamp – cause I think I have some somewhere 🙂 Have a fab weekend
Very nicely done, Therese… can’t wait for your TAWS video!
This card is perfection! My jaws dropped when I saw this card on the magazine. Huge fan of your work. 🙂 Congratualtions!
Oops! Sorry for the typo 🙁 Congratulations!
Congratulations, Therese … a gorgeous card … fabulous dimensional embossing, such a pretty background … and that little posy of blooms is just a delight! Anita 🙂
I did notice this was different for you when I spied it in the mag but totally gorgeous all the same ! Have a fab weekend. Fingers crossed for great weather. xx
Congrats on the publication. Beautiful card and love that Floral paper. I like this style of card very much and wouldn’t mind seeing you do a video on it.
Wow! Wow! Wow! I am speechless! Your designs are always so jaw-dropping beautiful! That is all I can say! Oh, and congrats on the publication! Totally well deserved!
CONGRATS on your well deserved publication, Therese! I love the soft color palette on the front panel, and how your sentiment is the star of the show! Beautiful patterned papers and gorgeous card!!!
I agree with all the above comments. Fabulous card as usual, but oh so different. Would love to see a video on this technique.
Stunning card Therese. I’m sure you could do any style and make it look spectacular!
Beautiful! Love the embossing and combination of patterns, for me it is still a real Therese. To bad I can’t get that magazine here..
Whoop whoop! Congratulations Therese! paper and stamps are just magical in your hands!
Very pretty indeed! Love all the soft tones and that embossing! Beautiful.