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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

How Remarkable



This is one of a monthly swap we do over on the UK Stampers Forum so why not join us and have a go?  Our March theme is an 'Open' one so anything goes.

I have crafted a bright (and rather pink !) postcard entitled 'You Are Remarkable'.




The stout card blank was first trimmed to 6 x 4 inches and this was covered with a piece of digi printed paper.




Other elements were stamped with Versafine and Distress Ink, whilst a label with the words, some trimmed out images, Washi tape, stickers and doodling with a fine Micron pen complete the design.

Some edging was done using cut'n'dry foam and tumbled glass Distress Ink.  These postcards are sent to the recipient without any extra protection, so the postcard was given a coat of matt acrylic spray lacquer to help it through the postal system.

Sid xx

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13 comments:

  1. Great postcard, sure it will cheer up the people in the sorting office:-)

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  2. Fun cards Sid. Sure to cheer up and please the recipients.

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  3. Remarkable post card it is Sid! I love your idea to spray it to protect it through the postal system too! ~Diane

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  4. How lovely to have this drop onto your doormat! Especially on a grey day!

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  5. Hi Sid, I was scrolling on your blog and saw wonderful things that you've made in recent months. I was out for a while, but come now watch regularly again.
    Greetings Patrice

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  6. Fab postcard Sid, even if it is rather on the pink side!!!

    Sam xx

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  7. The recipant will love this!! So bright and cheerful!

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  8. Fab card, so many details to look at.

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  9. Hello Sid, I love this layout and colors very much.
    Greets Patrice

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  10. Great bright and cheery card Sid, love the alphabet row!

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