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Thursday, 18 August 2011

50th Birthday

Another rush order, the card was asked to contain, green, Irish, wine, glamour, princess and the name Iris of the recipient and she has a sense of humour!  I knew instantly what I would use for glamour as I had used this image before. I  have had it for quite a few years.

I put together and made a couple extra parcels from DP's, placed a wine bottle and glasses and then added a crown for good measure. I also found a shamrock I had from somewhere, one of those lost names I'm afraid, and placed it on 2 of the parcels.  I thought the font added a light touch.  Not too much on this one, but it took me 3 hours in PS, no colouring by me though for a change, but the placing & deciding (the worst part) then deciding what I would do on the inside and finding a verse etc etc. I then printed another hat and scarf and umbrella and the front of the cloth and 3'd them onto the card.  I'm pleased with it and I love the images.  It's not quite as purple as here IRL I also added Stickles on the parcels and her hat.

Images from Olivia’s Frenchy at DAISIE
crown is from Gina Jane Fairy Princess DAISIE
font is Fontdinerdotcom Sparkly

9 comments:

  1. Fabulous card, love the colours and the lady is fab!

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  2. A fantastic card Faith, I am sure it will go down a treat
    Beryl x

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  3. it's absolutely fabulous and I am sure they will love it
    Jacki xx

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  4. Fabulous card and well done achieving all the requirements, that was some list. x

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  5. oh its wonderful - so elegant and combining all the required elements - she will be so pleased
    Lisa x

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  6. Just brilliant Faith!!! Love this! xx

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  7. Oh fabulous card, gosh I wouldn't have the patience to create this.
    luv
    debby

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  8. Fifty ain't what it used to be! This is so delightful and I'm sure well appreciated and enjoyed!

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