Sunday, 6 January 2019

The Music Conductor.....

Hiya peeps

Todays card is one I made fairly recently, but this is my
first blog post using this wonderful digi from Star Stampz
and this is a fab digi called The Music Conductor 

I made a simple but effective A5 landscape card using linen
effect white card from Papermill Direct. Topped with silver 
mirri card & music sheet themed paper (from my own stash).
Before sticking these 2 backing card & paper down I placed
the two ribbons round to stick down under the mirri card. Both
the black and the white with black dots ribbons are from
Crafty Ribbons. The red card is also from Papermill Direct
but was cut down to fit the size I wanted from an A3 sheet.
The digi image, was printed onto smooth white card and
coloured using a set of double ended marker pens I have.
They are not alcohol markers though.  I coloured the
waistcoat on the conductor in red to match the backing
card and added a few gold coloured die cut music themed
treble clefs and Sixteenth notes (Semiquaver).
The wooded word "Dream" is from my own stash.

I wish to enter this card into the following challenges:


  1. Cute! I love the dream sentiment with this image.

  2. What a lovely musical card! Sweet image and lovely layout. I love the little gold music notes and treble clefs, and the wonderful sentiment. Thanks so much for sharing your super card with us at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenges!

  3. Hi Marg this is a stunning card I love that image and all the detail you have added. Best wishes. Hugs Jackie xxx

  4. Funny project! I like it!
    Thank you for sharing with us over here at World Wide Open Design Team Challenge and best of luck with your entry.

    Ewa DT for  World Wide Open Design Team Challenge


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