Card 1: Used the birch trees stamps on some card, then masked off the trees and the moon shape and created the background with the big and juicy Happy Birthday ink pad. Then mounted it onto the Rich Razzleberry card from Stampin up with the edge cut with Martha Stewart punch. Then added the silver ribbon, and the gems before mounting on the lilac pearlescent card. Only problem is that there are some small smudges as I was too impatient for the images to dry before I started with the brayer!
Card 2: This was just a play with the tree mask I bought at the NEC and so I used the brayer to create the background with the Big and Juicy ink pad. Then used one of the Debbie Moore stamps (also from the NEC) to stamp the girl in the rain. Coloured the image with promarkers and then layered up on a pale pink stripe paper and wrapped a pale turqouise sparkly ribbon with some pearl tops. Finally onto the lilac card and finished!
Card 3: This was using some freebie papers from a magazine, layered up with some pretty pink paper flowers and some pearls to create a cute easel card.
Card 4: The masterpiece!
Created a water effect for the water, then masked off the moon and inked up the sky. Used the naked tree and some spring looking leaves for the outside of the background. Then edged with the black pen in a squiggly line. Then layered up on Stampin Up papers and card in a mix of Baja Breeze and Rich Razzleberry. Embellished with ribbon and buttons and a strip of punched paper for the bottom.
So these are todays pieces of work! Printed off some designs for layering up another day when I get around to cutting them out etc.