21 Oct 2009

Suspended Animation x 2

Well I thought I would give you another viewing of an acetate card that I finished a few days ago but had to wait for my camera battery to charge before I could take this picture.  I am also going to enter this one into Daring Card Makers Challenge.  This time I stamped a holly image onto the acetate in white stazon and added some red liquid pearls for the berries.  I added some ribbon and a mount of nesties for these gorgeous cats to be displayed on.  This is another image from Mo Manning and coloured with pro markers I added a little copper stickles to the cats collar and some more holly leaves, on the inside I have copied the same nestie mounts and stamped 'Merry Christmas'.  I hope you are liking these cards and please if you can check out my other two that I have posted today.  Hugs to all see you later

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Tara said...

Oh I love this Lorraine, fabulous image and it look so fab suspended on the acetate!
Hugs Tara xx

Lora said...

This is fab! Love the one below too. I wanted to enter the Daring cardmakers challenge this week but I can't find any acetate in my stash. Think my darling daughter has got her mits on it without telling me lol I have ordered some window sheets from SU! though but it will be too late for the challenge. I'm gonna make some little treat boxes with them instead :)
Must get some of Mo's images they are gorgeous.
Hugs Lora xx

Beryl (bik59) said...

Great cards as always Lorraine, love the acetate and cats one best I think
Beryl x

Crystal said...


Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

omword! lorraine!!!! this is absolutely gorgeous! what a great image too! just gorgeous!


brenda said...

Hi Lorraine

Amaged how wondefully you have captured the acetate on this lovely card, it's usually so hard to photograph.

B x

Clare (Littlebear) said...

Wow, this is stunning.
Clare x

Maria Matter said...

oh, I love your acetate cards!!!!

These singing felines are adorable and the stamped holly is a fab touch!!!
This Mo image is the first one I bought...still haven't used it! lol
take care!
Blessings, Maria

Lynne-d-lou said...

What an effective idea. Very Pretty.
Lynne. X

iReneM said...

Oooo, that's very impressive, Lorraine...I love the previous one too.
Your colouring is ace.


Lynda said...

Another beautiful card and another fabulous image. Great stamping too.
Thanks for joining in again with us at DCM.

Lynda xxx

pinky said...

Wow well done you lorraine, this is lovely, I love these cards but have never had a go! off to check the other two.

eiyiyi said...

OK, so now I'm running out of adjectives ... these acetate cards are so incredible (hah,found one). I love them all. Mo does such beautiful work and you have certainly done her illustrations proud. hugs to you, eileen

Mandy said...

Love the two acetate cards..the images are soo cute!!..and the card below those is gorgeous..

mandy xx

Kim Y. said...

Totally cute! I haven't made one of these yet. Thanks for the inspiration!

Susie Sugar said...

This is stunning Lorraine what a great idea and fab look the acetate is and it looks so classy
Hugs Susie xx

Beryl said...

Thyis one's terrific too Lorraine. The image is great and such a clever idea to stamp in white and highlight in red. Very effective.
Beryl xx

theneon said...

Lorraine! You've certainly been busy today -- I love all that you have done with the acetate -- gorgeous cards and the images, of course, are colored to perfection!

Danni said...

Very nice!!

Nicola said...

Your colouring is fabulous Lorraine and your stamping on the acetate is very impressive.
Nicola -x-

Chrissie said...

Loved all three of the latest cards Lorraine. I do adore Mo's images, aren't they brilliant?
Love the look of those acetate cards, I've never made any of these, I don't do difficult and I'm very messy so I'd probably leave fingermarks everywhere lol!

Wishcraft said...

I love these acetate cards, they're very effective and the images are fab! Thank you for your lovely comments on my blog - I'm now following yours too :o) Lisa x

Jodi said...

This is sooo adorable!! Love the coloring you did.
Jodi =)

Sandra said...

Outstanding acetate card!!
Sandra x

Linda L said...

Lorraine, this card is so cute. I haven't made any acetate cards. I love yours. I agree the cats are gorgeous and your coloring is fantastic.
Sorry I haven't been here in awhile. Life gets so busy in the fall. I am going to take a look at what I have been missing.

Cat said...

Such cute images on both of your acetate cards! Lovin' them!

Heather the Mooselover said...

Love this series of cards Lorraine. There is something so crisp and clean about acrylic cards paired with a scallop.

Kristen said...

This is very unique and pretty, love these cards you are making with the acetate

Nannieflash said...

Wow Lorraine thats a very clever card, and so beautifully coloured and designed. Well done with lvoe andhugs Shirleyxxxxxx

Kym's Crafty Cards said...

Lorraine, I want it!!!! Those cats look so darling together, possibly singing for their supper. I like the simplicity of the card. Think I might have to have a go. Hope you are feeling a bit better. Kym xxx

KraftyKoolKat said...

How super and cute Lorriane. Love the image and I haven't been brave yet and used acetate for my cards. Cathy xxxx

Carolyn said...

Hi~Just want to thank you again for your prayers this week and your encouraging comments that you always leave on my blog. It means the world to me. We are finally beginning to feel well again, and I hope to be back to blog hopping more regularly now.

BTW, this card is simply adorable. I adore the little santa hats!


craftychris said...

fab card lorraine
hugs chris xx

The Wired Angel said...

Hi Lorraine.. just stopping by to say hello and see how things are with you. Love that kitty card! Hugs from across the Pond, Peggy


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