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Golden Royalty Postcard

Hi Everyone it's Danie here with you today.......throughout April we are cross promoting with Unruly PaperArts playing along with their blogozine's theme of MailArt and Moos and in doing so we will also be showcasing the Leaky Shed Chipboard Products.  I have used one of their crowns for my piece today, which I simply covered with some Gold Leaf and a few Metallic Gold 1/2 Pearls.



I have already mentioned two of the great products available at Altered Pages I have used on my piece today.  Can you guess the rest?

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Unruly PaperArts have a Readers Art Quest (Challenge) each month.  The theme for April is Teacups and Tiaras so I had this in mind when making my project today also.  If you like a challenge open to any type of mixed media or paper-craft project be sure to check it out.


Comments

  1. Pretty postcard. I like the mix of the black & white photo with yellow.

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  2. Perfect title for a lovely golden card. I know about Leaky Shed but haven't heard of Unruly Paper Arts. I'm headed there now. I do love a good challenge! Anne, yourmainestamper

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  3. beautiful, beautiful card! - and crowns! my favorite embellishment!

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  4. Wow, this is so pretty!! I love the touch of blue with the gold!

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  5. Very cool! Love the image and mix of goodies you have going on there!
    Wonderful job ~ TFS!!

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  6. Your mix of color and embellishments is sublime! Perfectly royal!

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  7. Very fitting for a Royal couple! Beautiful♥

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  8. Really beautiful. Such an elegant photo and I love the German Scrap and that gorgeous crown! Julie Ann xx

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  9. Such a wonderful piece of total creativity, Danie. Love your colors for the Royal couple, and I really love that you used gold leaf on the crown. Totally beautiful!

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