Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Anniversary

A5

I am getting ahead of myself as this is for daughter and son in laws anniversary in July.
Not that I've got nothing to do, just that I have no inspiration for the wedding cards that are needed for next week. Anyway, it is nice to just do a card for fun.

I have used this weeks sketch from MMSC and it is sketch 3 already.






I do love the Jack Vettriano images and have made a sort of pyramage with this one. I suppose a true pyramage would have more layers than this, but this is my version, hahaha.
I printed and trimmed 3 of the image and layered them with foam pads. The BP's papers are from my stash already printed off. My old brain can't remember which collections they came from.




Thank you for your visit and for any comments you wish to leave

x

8 comments:

Jeni C Slack (^0^) said...

So peaceful and lovely, and I like the dimensional cuts. Thanks for playing this week! ~Jeni, MMDT

coldwaters2 said...

Oh Irene this is stunning and so very elegant perfect for an anniversary.

Hugs
Lorraine x

Carolyn said...

What an incredible card. I love it!! Thanks so much for playing with us. I hope you will again.

Carolyn, MMDT member
http://creativecardcorner.blogspot.com/

Sue @ McMahon Five Designs said...

Very stunning card! I also love the slide show at the top! Beautiful! Thanks for playing with us this week! Can't wait to see what you do next week!

Sue
http://mcmahonfive.blogspot.com/
MMDT Member

Priscilla said...

Hello Irene, I must say you are very talented and I just love clicking on your name from Mr. Linky..Very beautiful work you do. Oh btw..that MM logo looks really good on your side bar ;) thanks dear and good luck in the drawing next week. tune in ok?

Chrissie said...

Stunning Irene! I'm a huge JV fan and this is one of his most beautiful paintings.
Just catching up and you've been creating some gorgeous pieces!

Wheezie said...

Such an elegant card Irene and what a delightful image you have used.
X Wheezie X

Denise @ kc242 said...

I agree this card is very elegant! Great job. Thanks so much for joining us in the MMSC challenge.