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Monday, October 11, 2010

Indian Inspired Lattice card

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Ok so i think i am officially obsessed with these things! This one was with the Labels nine nestalilities dies and the shape reminds me of Indian buildings which suited this next play. Our daughter dose one of her teaching pracs over seas next year and India is one of the two choices, she was so excited to have this opportunity so it inspired me to make this card to encourage her to follow her dreams in life. I made this with basic grey but i think it may have looked nice in another colour?? This is meant to look like a garden wall in India with embossed pebbles or bubbles cuttlebug emboss folder sponged with choc chip ink......I printed a pic of some Indian buildings to tape inside (another idea which could be used in heaps of different ways) and decorated the front with vibrant coloured flowers as Ive seen in pictures from India.

Very basic flowers here nothing hard at all with the Boho blossoms and spring bouquet punches and 2 step bird punch leaves, then glitter and some diamonds around the window to finish.

So I hope you have enjoy yet another of these lattice cards..... and I must thank you all for the encouragement you send me through emails and comments ...they are all very much appreciated :) and keep me motivated.
Blessings to you


and a last thought

For I can do everything Gods asks me
to with the help of Christ who gives
me the strength and power.
Philippians 4:13

12 comments:

Sue from Oregon said...

I am loving all these lattice cards!

girlia said...

Just found your blog. I love your videos and fresh folds. You have done some amazing work. Thanks for sharing it.

Monica-FC said...

I love this one also. I might have to try this out with the few i have. make a christmas card for my mom this way. thank you.

Candy said...

Absolutley gorgeous!!!
You inspire me constantly :o)
Hugs,s Candy

Jean McKenzie said...

Oh my these lattice cards are so beautiful! I would love to try one some time and do hope I can create the same lovely effects as you do Valita!! Just gorgeous!

Lynn said...

Have just loved all your lattice creations and can't wait to get my own die cutting machine to create some of these. Many thanks for the inspiration and you are one very creative lady.

Lynn (UK)

Anonymous said...

Your creations are so inspiring. No one makes cards like you do. I have been a fan of yours for the past year. I never get tired of coming to your blog for wonderful ideas. Thanks and blessings, VS

Anonymous said...

love all your cards especially the current ones using the lattice work...best wish in your husbands job search...hope that he finds something soon I know that times are tough everywhere...Jan

Frann said...

I love your ingenuity in creating the lattice cards. Thank you so much for the videos. I'll make a few of them tomorrow.

md said...

MERCI*

tous sont très beaux
bravo md

Judy Covey said...

Valita, this is the first time viewing your blog and I'm totally amazed at your card making skills, you have made some fantastic cards. Discovered you on Splitcoast Stampers. I'm hoping to sign up for e-mail updates, don't want to miss a thing!

Anonymous said...

Your cards are so very beautiful..I just found your site and I'm looking at all the back issues...Your fantastic as an artist and as a teacher..thank you so much.

pat