Friday 12 January 2018

Twofer cards 'Feathers'

Hi there, just stopping by to show you a couple of cards I made for Darnell's new Twofer Challenge.
I wish Dee lots of luck with her new challenge, although with her amazing DT I am sure it will be a big success ;) The idea is to use the same stamp /die on two different type of cards, how clever is that! I went with a die cut feather and made a Sympathy card and also a Birthday card.

I tend not to use black or grey on my Sympathy cards as I think they are just too depressing for the recipient. I may be wrong but that's my take on it! So I used blue and silver on mine, still keeping it very simple. I was tempted to use a white feather but in the end went for silver. It's all about celebrating a life I think.....well I like to think it is.

For my second card I made a  Birthday card. I used lots of colour and a touch of sparkle above the sentiment and also a few sequins too. Come and have a closer look and see what you think.......


White Linen card
White Bristol Board
TH Distress oxide inks
Poppy Stamps 'Fluffy Feather' die

Pink card
Clearly Besotted sentiment stamp
Neat & Tangled Clear sequins
Hobbycraft Glitter Galore washi tape
MFT Black Licorice ink
Ranger Perfect pearls 

Blue card
Silver card from stash
AltEnew sentiment Painted greetings
AltEnew Clear embossing ink
Wow Silver embossing powder

After blending the Oxide inks I splashed some Perfect pearls
 mixed with water on top for shine. Believe it or not the washi
 tape does match the ink splashes on the sentiment grrr light
 issues again...sorry!


Mac Mable said...

Perfect interpretation of the challenge. Gorgeous cards and loving the blue and silver combination on your first card in particular x

Faith A at Daffodil Cards said...

How very lovely, both look so special Viv.

sandy's crafty bits said...

Hi Viv ... love both of your cards ... and it is always nice to be able to use your stash in more ways than one ... hope all is well ... happy crafting and love sandy xx

Rosemary said...

wonderful set of cards, viv!!

cotnob said...

Beautiful cards Viv, lovely colours.
Have a super weekend.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Kara Lynne said...

Your cards are both gorgeous! I really love the idea of celebrating life even through the grief. Your silver feather on the blue inspires rather than, as you said, depresses the recipient. Then you turned around and gave that feather a splash of festive colors perfect for a birthday party! Well Done! Thanks for joining in on the fun over at Twofer Card Challenge!

Heidi MyLittleStampingBlog said...

Beautiful job with this challenge! I saw it and was completely stumped for what to do. You had such a great idea! TFS!

Gerrina said...

Such fun and fresh colours! Great cards! Enjoy your weekend! Hugs, Gerrina

Gerrina said...

Great colours and so fresh-looking! And a sympathycard is so why not? Enjoy the weekend!

Anita in France said...

I agree about celebrating a life, Viv, your sympathy card, with it's lovely glow from the shimmery silver does just that in an elegant and serene way. Your birthday card is bright and fun and so celebratory ... such a fabulous blended background for the softly coloured feather! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Twofer! Anita :)

Verna Angerhofer said...

Wonderful cards made with that beautiful feather.

Darnell said...

Both of these cards have your brilliant skill with color and schparkle, Vee! I love them both! Thank you so much for your best wishes for my new challenge and for playing along! I appreciate it, my friend!! Hugs, Dee

ionabunny said...

Pretty cards. Love the silver feather. Love the 'celebrating a life'. HUgz

Cara said...

Two stunning cards, love the silver feather especially x

Susanne Vargas said...

Your feather cards are fabulous! The bright and sparkly birthday card is lots of fun and the watercolor background behind the silver feather on the sympathy card looks really pretty! I like the idea of "celebrating a life"!
Thank you for joining us in the very first Twofer Card Challenge!

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