It's not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you have lived. Helen Walton

Friday, August 23, 2013



My favorite Sharon Balzer Design stencil.
I had a WIP that I had no idea what to do with it when lightening struck.
I traced the design onto the canvas with a Sharpie and then filled it in with black
The canvas was ho hum but I like this.

All of the grandkids are heading back to school.  I try to make a card for each of them to encourage them along the way. 
Here are some of samples





10 comments:

  1. Returning your visit == yes = we both did the negative space thing! I love your sunburst against that black. Just beautiful. Your cards for your grand kids are just lovely!

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  2. Your art on the black canvas is a real beauty and looks like it was very difficult. You are so nice to your grandkids to make such beautiful cards for them.

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  3. All lovely work. Love the first one, great outcome :)

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  4. Lovely work, my fave is the first one, so radiant! Valerie

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  5. Wonderful work! The first one is very dramatic!!:) HPPF

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  6. Great cards , love how you did shine....so gorgeous!

    Hugs Giggles

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  7. your stencil project is a real stand out-bold and graphic, and your cards are beautiful-love the composition of the congrats card!

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  8. What a wonderful idea - one the grandkids will always remember! Well done!

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  9. Great idea with the stencil!! Love the result. How sweet of you to make these cards for your grandkids - I'm pretty sure they love you for it.

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