Wednesday, July 6, 2011

It's All in the Cards

Hi, Friends,

This will be a quick one, as I am sorry to say I am suffering from sciatica at the moment, and sitting at the computer for any length of time isn't easy.  But!  I wanted to share with you my latest batch of ICAD creations.  I hope you like them!

Feather:  Materials used: tissue paper, sticker, flash card, paper lace tape, scrapbook paper, rubber stamped image. 

Colored Pencil:  Materials used: colored pencils (of course!), washi tape, vintage image. 
Collage:  Materials used:  Vintage image, paper scraps, paper lace tape.

Magic Marker
Acrylics:  Materials used:  Ranger acrylic paints, scrapbooking papers. 
Masking Tape:  Materials used:  Ranger acrylic paint background with washi tape.

Caran d'Ache:  Materials used:  Caran d'ache Neocolor II water soluble crayons. 

Till next time,

10 comments:

  1. dear Sandra, I hope you feel better soon. Nice journal cards!

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  2. lovely group of cards -- your subtle colors are soothing. love the one with Washi tape!

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  3. Love!
    I could pour over cards for hours
    and yours are unique and deeply beautiful!
    Hope you're rolling around on a tennis ball
    and feeling some sweet relief:)
    -Jennifer

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  4. ohhh man do i sympathize with you...i had a bad bout of sciatica that last almost 2 years!!

    your collages are lovely! i like the top 2 the best!!

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  5. I am so happy that you all stopped by! Thank you so very much!!!

    I'm glad you like the cards as well. This is the first time I have been able to stick with a project like this, and I'm having fun stretching my mind with the themes.

    And thank you for your good wishes re: my poor sciatic nerve. It is on the mend but still giving me some grief!
    XOXO

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  6. Love, love these! You are so artistic! Feel better soon. xoxo, Anita

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  7. Anita, Thank you so much! I am feeling a bit better, thanks!
    I just noticed you are a big fan of Audrey Niffenegger. Me too! I cried through "The Time Traveler's Wife." What a wonderful, wonderful book!

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