This week we have two more images from the book Yourself and Your House Wonderful. This book is loaded with fun images. I hope you are enjoying them as much as I.
Our Guest hostess this week is the talented Julia. She has made two beautiful and vibrant cards that really make you feel a part of the images.
Here is her bio in her own words.
"When I was a little girl a liked crafting and drawing/coloring a lot. I think most children like it. Then I grow up…and there was a big gap in my crafting… until September 2009 when I decided to learn how to work with Adobe Photoshop. I discovered for myself the world of digital scrap and loved to play with all kinds of brushes and textures. I also came across blogs of people which did “real scrapbooking”, and I admired it but I thought that it’s not for me… J But the little girl that still lived inside of my soul and loved crafting woke up and said that should try it! I tried… and felt in love with it! Probably it was time for me to get back to what I really am, to myself real…
So I am quite new to this world. I like scrapbooking, cardmaking, ATC, mixed media and altered art and I also like to try something new. As for styles, now I feel that I prefer vintage and shabby chic. I’ m glad that my hobby let me meet a lot of interesting and talented people.
These are the cards I’ve made with Cora’s pictures. I colored them with watercolor pencils. It is an amazing feeling to work with pictures that were drawn over hundred years ago. It is like you continue work of the artist who lived so long ago…"
For “PLAY” card I used scrapbook paper (Prima), ribbon, hand-made flower , “play” ticket (Tim Holtz), Antique Linen Distress.
Thank you, Cora for wonderful post and kind words! And thank you for beautiful pictures - I had a lot of fun making these cards :-)ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards and I just love the first image. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thanks! I love the little girl with the cats. Sweet image.ReplyDelete
These are wonderful images! It is amazing the variety and types of old images out there. Julia did a great job. Both cards are so pretty, and I love the flowers she added to both of them.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards ...and great images ...love themReplyDelete
Both cards are beautiful. Thank you for the inspiration, Julia.ReplyDelete
Cora, thank you for the digis. They will be fun to use.
thanks so much for these adorable stampsReplyDelete
These are such lovely images. Thank you so much.ReplyDelete
Sweet images and adorable samples!ReplyDelete
beautiful images, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Beautiful images Cora. Thanks for sharing them. I want to share a card I created with one of the images you posted. You can find my card here...ReplyDelete
Have a great day!
Thank you so much, Cora! These are beautiful images and deserve to be used & seen by many!ReplyDelete