Thursday, August 26, 2010

Centre Stage

The Ballerina is available as a single um and if you look at the link you will notice that I cut away the background to leave me with the actual ballerina.
A tip is to use silicone glue as it creates dimension and a sense of movement which you cannot achieve with regular glue or foam pads.
On my Blog Adorn there are further details as to how I made this card.

14 comments:

Martina2801 said...

Beautiful and enchanting piece, Lynne! I like the applications you have used.
Wish you a wonderful weekend!

Kim said...

This is absolutely GORGEOUS Lynne! Love every single thing about this card!!
:)
Hugs,
Kim P.

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh Lynne,
This is gorgeous! And I never heard of that type of glue before...I've been building things up off the canvas by putting grungeboard under each piece--so time consuming...Thank you so much!
Hugs,
Cindy
xox

Cindy Adkins said...

P.S. I tried to go to where it said Adorn, but it wouldn't take me to your blog. Just wanted to let you know because there could be even one letter that's off when putting in the code and it messes it up--I've done it...lol

Linda said...

I'm so glad you commented on my blog! I used to own a store called Little Lace Lady and would order and sell many, many of your beautiful stamps! I still have some of them in my personal collection. I am now a follower and will definitely keep in touch through our blogs!

mustavcoffee said...

This card is beautiful, love the colours and papers you've used, vintage and yet up to date, lovely:D xx

Lynn Stevens said...

Awhhh Romance and Paris go hand in hand, A lovely card!

Linda Robinson said...

This is stunning.. It is so beautiful.. Hugs, Linda

Old Paper Roses said...

Wow, I love this ballerina card!
So pretty...
Thank you for your sweet comment on my post for the paperie party!
Glad to have found another beautiful blog!

:) Michelle

Gaby Bee said...

This card is really lovely!

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Lynne,
Thanks so much for popping over to my blog--I put your name in the drawing...and I can't wait to see which piece you'll post for the Creative Spirit challenge...I sure love this ballerina and I know everyone else would too!

Hope you're doing great!
HUGS,
Cindy

Rosemary said...

This is very lovely. Thanks for sharing it.

Rosemary

Tatieva said...

C'est adorable, cette jolie scène de danse à Paris... Trés féminin !

Ms Bingles Vintage Christmas said...

Oh, this is just beautiful!
Thank you for sharing!
Leticia