Monday, April 15, 2013

Sympathy cards x two

Hi
Two more sympathy cards.  Using the same techniques as the swan sympathy card.  The shadowing is not the cardstock but the light from a diffused window.  I think if I could find cardstock like that it would be really lovely.  I really must find a good light in this house for photos.
As usual if you click you can see the pic better.
Have a Blessed day.
Myrna

11 comments:

Gail said...

Those are great!

Juliet A said...

I think I like this technique even better with a colored base!

Audrey Frelx said...

I can see them and they are beautiful Myrna!!! Actually they're STUNNING!

I'm absolutely loving the technique!!! A lot... lol!!!

Hugs!

Jackie said...

Hi Myrna, you are certainly getting there with the technique, both cards are so beautiful :o)
Jackie xx

Chrissys4Cards said...

Fantastic - love em, love em.

Bonnie Weiss said...

You have certainly mastered the technique and created two lovely cards.

kathi17 said...

These are so beautiful Myrna. Your choice of photos for sympathy cards is perfect. I love the lambs as much as the swans, and the simplicity is so tasteful.

I get those strange effects on the cards I photograph in the window too. I've got old wavy glass, so the window makes my cards look different.

I know what you mean about finding card stock like that. It's really difficult to find CS with just a nice mottled background, so I've been practicing with sponge daubers and things.

chillin with Quillin said...

there both lovely, nice choices on the pics !!!
Paula

Myoriah said...

Lovely cards like usual. I love the image of the lambs.

Perhaps you could get that shadowed look with wax paper and your iron. I am going to try wax paper and lace and see what I get. Since I don't have anything else to do. LOL!

Thanks for sharing!

Christine Thamotheram said...

I love the color ,the green yellow and what looks like purple. It's so apt for a sympathy card, can almost feel the healing.
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CHris

1CardCreator said...

These are beautiful too. ~Diane