Monday, 25 October 2010

My delicious Day!

Hello, I couldnt post only on the DD blog and not share these with you!  First up is the quickest guy card I think Ive ever made!


This is 'Coming Home' that was only released at the weekend, I believe it's been quite popular!  I loved the monochrome shadings on it so I layered it with some black and used script bp from Pink Petticoat, a ribboned sentiment and a few tiny white brads!  No colouring at all, perfect for a quick card.

Here is a style of card that I really love!  Its a leafy easel, nothing nicer at this time of year I find!


Here is 'Barn Owl', he's been slightly distressed around the edges and Ive used the grassy tree themed paper by Summer Driggs for the backing, the link is on my side bar. Teri's images have all of the hard work done for you, its already shaded, something I always struggle on with my PMs!

This is how it comes, perfectly shaded so now you can see how little Ive coloured it!  For anyone who's not yet tried one of Teri's nature drawings, pop over here and feast your eyes on them all & take your pick!




And on the floor of the easel, a carpet of leaves!  I treated myself to a couple of the new X-Cut leaf cut & emboss punches a while back and this is their first time out to play, I love these punches - look at the embossing on them, oooh they're lovely!


Keryn x

17 comments:

Happy Days said...

Gorgeous cards hun. Love the owl. x

Jules said...

Hi Keryn

Two gorgeous creations.

I love the monochrome look .. .. so the first card is A1 in my book - and yet it is the quickest one you have ever made. Isn't it strange how it sometimes works like that?

Your second card is brilliant in a different way. I love your colours and that beautiful image and fab background papers.. .. .. and all of those fantastic leaves. Wow.

Gorgeous work!

Hope you have had a good time at Fleet with your Sis.

Love Jules xx

pinky said...

Wow Keryn, they are absolutely stunning creations and both so very manly. Those images are beautiful.
Pinky

Claire x said...

Two beautiful cards hun - I personally love the monochrome one as this is one of my favourite looks and that image is fab. The leafy easel is very unusual and is something very different. Great work. Hugs, Claire x

Teri said...

Fabulous hun! Both of them! Love the simplicity of the male card, love the colours and rustic feel of the Owl one.
Truly inspirational!

Twiglet said...

Such lovely gards keryn. I love owls and have a little collection of them!

brenda said...

Two great creations Keryn.

My fav has to be that owl and all those leaves which are sheer indulgence and absolutely awesome.

B x

chris said...

HI Keryn what a pair of beauties, so love them both but the owl is my favourite. hugs chris xx

Ann said...

Thank you for the lovely comment on my blog -so kind of you. Popped over to say thank you and discovered these fantastic nature cards. I must explore these - the shading already done sounds brilliant to me. I always struggle with the concept of 'where the light is coming from'.
Ann xxx

Alicia said...

These cards are amazing! I love the male card...great job! I also love the owl...and all those lovely leaves!
Alicia xx

Tasha said...

Wow Keryn these are both fantastic, but i must say the leaves and owl make for one stunning card! It must have taken you an age to get all the leaves in the right place but well worth it
love tasha xx,

Twiglet said...

Just chuckling at the comment you left on my blog today - are we mad or what!!! Wipso has been away so all I have had for company was my little sock friends (well- and hubby -but you know what I mean!)

michele said...

Beautiful cards Keryn! the images are stunning hugs xx

Hope Jacare said...

Both are lovely cards Keryn but the Owl is devine and the leaves are a perfect toch - love it! Cheers Claire x

Crafty Chris said...

2 gorgeous cards esp love the owl he is beautiful love all the leaves.
Chris x

Ildiko said...

I LOVE the owl easel card, the other one is fab too
hugs
Ildiko

PS:my bugaboo is an easle card just printed the image fold it in half and cut it out then printed image again and that's the top, that's it.

Paula Gale said...

wow Keryn - what a gorgeous Owl card - love all those leaves you've put at the bottom - its stunning.

Paula x x x