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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday 195


Welcome if you are visiting here via Stamping Ground Blogspot
If you wish to find out more about WOYWW hosted by Julia. 
Please check them out and join in the fabulous fun.

Hi everyone, This week I have been working on many projects, 
some a secret and will let you know about in due course?

For now though a handmade card ...
One of my projects last week was making toppers for cards.
So this week out came the Vagabond, cutting shapes out.
For this card I used some walnut stain distress Ink. 
Blended it onto recycled card and finished with, 
a spray of cosmic shimmer (vintage Mist).
Coloured the cut out with orange gelly roll sparkly pen 
and added my topper. 
Digital...
This Digital page I created has a sweet Vintage photo
with tranparency elipse applied. 
Layering of elements and shadow on the ribbon.
I then placed a material over the top and blended it with a 
colour burn which helped give an aged look.
I will be getting the camera out this week.
Thinking it is about time to capture my desk for next week.

Thanks for visiting
Have a wonderful creative week
Heather x

54 comments:

Antonia said...

Such interesting digital pages, its something I have yet to try happy woyww
Toni #82

Sue said...

Your work is beautiful. I wish I had photo manipulating software. Lovely!
Xx

Charlene said...

Oh, that second card stole my heart away. Love the vintage softness and sweet little couple. #96

Maisie Moonshine said...

Cool digi pages, love the layering. Your images are fab. MM x #97

Marit said...

I really love the image on your card, so sweet! Happy woyww! Marit #100

Elizabeth said...

Two lovely projects - the making of the digi page sounds so technical I'm not sure I'd ever be able to do anything quite that complex but the result is beautiful. Happy WOYWW. Elizabeth x #105

sandra de said...

Love both projects, the digi page is gorgeous.
Sandra @12

Debs Willis said...

hi Heather, both projects are great! Like the use of orange gelly roll pen :-)

Thanks for stopping by earlier

Debs #95

Gibby Frogett said...

Happy WOYWW Heather - great projects. Love the card using the topper you'd made..such a great stamp. Happy Crafting and have a good day... Gill xxx

Neet said...

Love both of your cards. Don't think I am up to digi like this. I can hardly operate my cell phone.
Hugs, Neet xx 27

Ria Gall said...

the image on that first card is the image that I have tattooed on my wrist I just love it and when I saw the stamp a few years ago I knew it would end up a tattoo.
Both of these projects are beautiful so pretty
Happy WOYWW hope you have a great day
Ria #48

Joynana said...

Hi Heather, thanks for stopping by. I do love both of these projects. But, would love to have that stamp from the first card. Love it. 107

House of Bears said...

Walnut distress ink and stain is our most used colour. We love your cards.

Thanks for visiting the bears today :)

Nan G said...

Love the lady card. And your digi transparency is so fab! You designed this!?! Wow! Happy WOYWW! Nan #1

Laura said...

Beautiful colourway on the card
Have a good week
:)
Laura
111

Cardarian said...

Your card is lovely and so is your digital page! Thank you for commenting on my blog! Enjoy crafting!
Hugs,
Cardarian

susibee said...

Great projects there.

Happy Wednesday! Susi #73

lisa said...

Gorgeous projects there.
Thanks for popping by earlier and Happy WOYWW
Hugs Lisax #70

pearshapedcrafting said...

Julia's link has disappeared so have come by a round about route! Love your card and digi page! Thanks for visiting earlier, Chris 83

SueH said...

Thanks for stopping by this week Heather.
Have to say, I’m really impressed with your digital page.
I would never have guessed it was digital had you not said because you’ve done such a great job with it. A lot that see you can tell straight away.
Happy Crafting!
Sue @ 81
x

Caro said...

I adore that vintage digital page...it is fantastic! Thanks for visiting earlier. Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW. Mr Linky has disappeared from Julia's blog, but I was somewhere around #65! Caro x

Lisa-Jane said...

I don't usually like digi stuff but I really liked what you've done with that vintage effect there!

scrappymo! said...

I'm like Neet...I can hardly operate my cellphone either...
I think the card is lovely...you have done a great job with that image.

The digital page is incredible...I would never have guessed it was digital. You are very talented with the digital scrapbooking!
Thanks for the visit earlier...there was some prolem with my link so it is amazing that you found me at all!!!
Scrappymo #64..had to change it to #126

Lynda Beazley said...

Hi heather
Thank you for stopping by ealier. I love your card... where is the stamp from? It's so pretty. I'm glad you like the idea of a garden journal. I like photography, my garden and scrapping so ideal for me. Never tried digi stuff but your page is beautiful.
have a happy week
Lynda B #37

Almo said...

Hi Heather, both cards are really nice, I remember the stamped girl from a previous post, she looks lovely mounted on that die-cut. Your 2nd card has such a lovely soft vintage feel, just lovely, Thanks for your visit Hugs Mo x

Heather Alger said...

Hi Lynda, the stamp was part of a free set that came with Creative Stamping magazine - Issue 8.
It was a huge set of clear stamps with flowers, bear, sentiments etc - Really pleased with it.

Heather Alger said...

Hi, it was part of a huge set of free stamps from Creative Stamping Magazine - Issue 8
Really pleased with the set x

Daniella said...

I LOVE them both!! I think I remember seeing the lady on the topper before! I wish I could do digital things. That is gorgeous!!
xxDaniella#91

Bernice said...

Lovely projects here. Thanks for visiting earlier,
Bernice #71

Julia Dunnit said...

Lovely work Heather, particularly like how you used the die cuts. And the digital ribbon is amazing! Mr D just picked your name from the hat to win tickets for the Hobbycraft show at NEC..please let me have your postal address! juliadunnit@me.com

Lauren Costello said...

Hi Heather,

beautiful handmade card and digital page, the ribbon really tops it off well I think.

Lauren x #140

Karen said...

Just love your special cards, so elegant and pretty too. The page is excellent as well. Happy WOYWW. Karen x

My name is Cindy said...

Great card and digital images - thanks for stopping by to see me today, Cindy

BJ said...

Cool card, thanks for visiting me, BJ #58

VonnyK said...

Your cards are so beautiful, I love the vintage one. My daughter has started playing with stamps and I have to say she is much better at it than me.
Have a great day.
Von #75

sara j said...

Your digital picture is beautiful...really nice composition. Really nice work! Have a great week!
sara j #45

MaggieC said...

Beautiful projects. Too many people are scared of photo manipulating but I love playing and creating something different. I sometimes create my own discourage from photos. Thank you for your visit this week and your kind comments. Have a great week. xx Maggie #15

scrappystickyinkymess said...

Love the projects! I have a photo of DS that was done in the vintage style - I always thought he looked like a chimney sweep, in his flat cap and scarf - that would be further aged by this sort of process. LOVE the look of it, fer sure.

Happy WOYWW

MA (4)

Craftychris said...

Both projects are gorgeous! I love the girls head stamp, its so cool! xx

RosA said...

Love the digital page although I really don't quite understand how that is done. Something else to put on my "to do" list :)
Thanks for stopping by and happy late WOYWW!
RosA # 155

Liz Black said...

Love the digital work, it's something I haven't got to grips with - I seem to manage to spend hours on the computer as it is, so I'm very impressed. Thanks for sharing and for visiting too
Liz at 157 xx

trisha too said...

Very pretty creations, Heather!

Thank you for visiting this woyww!

:)trisha
#141 this week with
a bunting and lotsa snow!

Gill Edwards said...

Heather i love the card with the vintage look, will you be doing a tutorial on the process as id love to know how to do it.

Gill x #123

Barb King said...

That is the cutest image of the little girl and the boy with the top hat. Love it!

Queen Lightwell said...

Gorgeous digi work! And I love the chicken wire on your blog background! I am obsessed with the hexagon shape right now, honeycomb, chicken wire, you name it, it's all I can do to keep myself from buying the dies! lol Thanks for stopping by my blog already and leaving me such a sweet comment. :) Deeyll #141

Heather Alger said...

Hi Gill,
Time is against me at the moment so for now no tutorials. However I have made a note as in the future may do some relating to Digital projects and create a new section on the blog for them.
I have learnt many of the techniques used on the Daisytrail site.
For Craft Artist users, anyone can look if they wish.
Its a fabulous place for learning loads and well worth a look:
http://www.daisytrail.com/

The forum has all sorts of Information, links etc too.
Many of the challenges there are great too.

Heather Alger said...

Thank you :0)
I must give credit to Plumrose Lane an Amazing Designer for the background and header - She is Fab x

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

I love the vintage feel of both of these projects. Blessings!

Claire said...

gorgeous pics! though, i'm so sorry, i just cannot read the handwriting style font - too much for my poor brain!
sorry it's taken me so long to reply... but i'm here now :)
happy belated WOYWW and have a great week!
no. 6

Scrapcat 1 said...

what beautiful projects, thanks for sharing Tracy #72

April Story said...

What you've done with digital is awesome - the vintage is just amazing. Great work. Thanks for visiting my blog earlier.
April #151

akilli melek said...

what lovely projects, thanks for visiting earlier
caroline #167

Laura said...

I like your card -- the die cuts and the sparkle go so well with the stamped image. Happy WOYWW belatedly from Laura #152

Heather Alger said...

Hi Claire,
I have changed the font, so fingers crossed should be easier on the eye x