Monday, January 30, 2017

Poppy Garden - The Ton

Hello all!
Today I'm on The Ton's blog with two cards in black and in red featuring the new Poppy Garden Cling background stamp from The Ton. Hope you have some time to hop over to read how I made them :)!



Thank you so much for stopping by today!
Wishing you all a good start into the new week!
Hugs,

TaeEun

9 comments:

  1. Fabulous cards TaeEun, just so bright and pretty. I have never made a black embossed card and the look is wonderful so I must give that a try. Thanks for all your great inspiration. x

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  2. GORGEOUS!!!! I'm off to discover whose embossing powders you've used!!!
    =]

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  3. Beautiful cards - wonderful designing. Colors are gorgeous! Can't wait to see more as you are surely a talented designer.

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  4. Der Wahnsinn, da bleibt mir ja gleich die Spucke weg! Du musst mal ein tutorial machen, wie Du das mit den alcohol inks machst - hab gelesen was Du beschrieben hast, aber so ganz ist mir das nicht klar....

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  5. WOW! I can't even decide which one I love more...both cards are so elegant and absolutely GORGEOUS, TaeEun! Off to see how you created them :)

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  6. I am in AWE of your talent!!!!!!!! Watercolor is so difficult for me, that I sometimes want to cry! Although is acceptable what I have done and my friends don't know squat about it, I don't settle for acceptable. Having explained to you my dilemma, here is my request....A VIDEO with a LOT of explanations on why you do what you do in order to be as AWESOME as you are, or in my case close to it! PRETTY PLEASE!!!!!

    Cariños,
    María Alba

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  7. I just saw some fabric at the quilt shop that looks a lot like your first card, TaeEun. I fell in love with it and with your card - and your other card. Such beautiful work.

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  8. wow great colouring techniques to come up with two so-different and beautiful cards from one stamp

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