After looking through the very few CD's I have that have stylish images on I found some on Joanna Sheen's Boutique CD set. As I need a card for my stepdaughter for her birthday I chose my image with that in mind.
Here is the card;
I hope this is the right image - it is flowery curly in style.
I decided on an easel card - I have got a thing about them again.
I took the topper from the JS CD & pulled it into Serif Craft Artist. As I was unsure about copyright I have not altered the topper all I have done is digitally layer it onto squares of colour. The 2 colours - pale green & gold - I picked from the topper & just created shapes filled with those colours. I also created a whole sheet of the pale green for my other layers. I included a second copy of the topper & cut out the circular image in order to decoupage it, plus a miniature of the topper for the easel stopper. A glittery ribbon & bow, some pale green gems complete the card.
Here is a close up of the stopper - for some reason my camera shot has changed the green paper to blue.
A close up of the topper. Oh yes the little gold image by the side of the topper was off of one of the Serif kits & I added the Happy Birthday on the oval plaque at the top digitally as well.
I used to show my entries for the CD Sunday challenges on my rubber stamping blog but thought it more appropriate for them to be here.
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