Sunday, 17 February 2013

Flying High

One of my good friends has won a prestigious innovation award for her work. I was thinking of making her a well done card when I saw the " up in the air " challenge on LIM.

I was looking through my stash when I found this stamp and the inspiration for the card came from one of the 12 x 12" papers I have. The Wright brothers' invention led to the development of aircraft as a means of travel. It fits the card and my friend's achievement aptly. Hope she likes it.

The background was made from brushing ink from ink pads. The grassy slopes and clouds were cut out and stuck on. The tree was stamped. The Wright glider plane was stamped and embossed and cut out and stuck with silicone glue to give it dimension. I'm entering this card in the LIM challenge.


  1. What a light airy card ... the bold blue really stands out and those whispy green fronds on the tree are so delicate. Thanks so much for your visit and kind words ... Anita in France :)

  2. Not a lot of white space, but a super design, what a great scene!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  3. sweet card even if not a lot of white space

    Thanks for joining us this week
    "Less Is More"