Uptown Clouds publication.

Heya, back from camping and off to work today after literally a ton of washing.  I have a quick share as a lot of ‘behind the scenes’ work is going on in my crafty space…  sounds exciting doesn’t it!  I hope you like my fluffy clouds, I was lucky to have this card published with the Australian Cardmaking Stamping & Papercraft magazine for their clouds feature.  

Isn’t this little Uptown girl the sweetest?

Kindness - Detail
Kindness – Detail

I look forward to seeing you again this Friday, I have an Altenew video share with probably one of my fave Christmas cards this year (so far).


Other Supplies:  Distress Markers – Cracked Pistachio, Tattered Rose, Spun Sugar, Squeezed Lemonade, Abandoned Coral, Wild Honey, Barn Door, Gathered Twigs, Salty Ocean, Shaded Lilac.  Cotton Wool Balls. Copic Opaque White.

20 thoughts on “Uptown Clouds publication.

  1. I can see that “luck” had nothing to do with it’s publication . . . it’s a fantastic design that can’t be ignored! I LOVE it Therese, you are an inspiration! Thank you! Have a lovely week! Hazel xx

  2. Really fabulous card, Therese! I think the Australian Cardmaking Stamping & Papercraft magazine is lucky to have ‘You’ to inspire their readers! Beautiful coloring on your Uptown Girl, and your fluffy clouds are perfect! Can’t wait to see your Altenew post 🙂

  3. Very nice card Therese, really like those clouds. Of course I have a weakness for Stamping Bella stamps, they always looks so brilliant. Watercoloured to perfection.

  4. A sweet image, beautifully coloured…those fluffy clouds are wonderful! Can’t wait to hear more about the changes you are making to your crafting space.

  5. Those clouds look like they could just float right off the card! Perfect sky and what a fun floating with balloons lady. Congrats on the publication, though it’s no surprise; your work is impeccable. GREAT card. Just love it.

    1. Hi Fran, To create the clouds I have a sheet of double sided tape on the back cardstock and have pushed a cotton wool ball over top so that it picks up the fluff. I have actually added acetate to the back of the top panel as well but that was only because I needed to stamp the balloon strings and the rest of her hand which were actually over the cloud front. Hope this makes sense, Thanks so much for comment, Have a great and crafty day! Therese

  6. Congratulations on another gorgeous purblish, Therese … this uptown girl is just a delight, being swept along in that awesome cloud strewn sky by those sweet balloons! Hugs, Anita 🙂

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