Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Yellow and Black Beauty!

Hi Everyone,

I’m back with my second Stained Glass Card that we did at my class on Monday. Don’t you love the striking look of the Daffodil Delight Yellow and Black? I just love clean and crisp and fresh looks like this for spring. I hope you do too. I featured the Fifth Avenue Floral Stamp Set on this one. I’m still deciding on what I want to put on the inside….maybe the tall grass form Inspired by Nature….hmmmmmmmmm….what do you all think I should do? I’d love to hear. I will put a saying on the outside as needed. I love to leave the option open for when I need it.

Stained Glass Technique 004

Here is a close up of the Stained Glass Flower.  Hope you enjoyed it.

Stained Glass Technique 003

Don’t forget to stay tuned for a Tutorial that is coming for this technique soon.

Thanks for stopping in and if I can help with any of your stamping needs just let me know.

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Carol said...

I love the butterfly card but this one really talks to me more - I agree about the color combo and I too am a big fan of the cleaner looks, though I do admire those who can pull the fancier look off! I have no idea of my own for your inside,but like the idea of the tall grass...in a nice pale shade of green. TFS~

Card Crazy said...

That's really stunning, Lee. I love the bright contrast and simplicity of the card. Perfect.
Sue S.

shari said...

Have to say Lee that your site is on my Must Check List for the day each day. Thankyou so much for sharing with all of us. Shows what we will be able to do with practice and determination.

Anonymous said...

I love this. I am blanking on the polka dot paper. Did you make it yourself? Judi