Thursday, 22 July 2010

Card in a Tin

Hi girls. Thank you for calling in to have a look see at my wee blog. You are more than welcome to have a rummage about to see if there is anything that might help the mojo juices to flow.
What has happened to the weather. The rain in our area over the last 24 hours has been horrendous. Perth has been flooded despite having spent millions on flood defences. The trouble was that the water did not come from the river but from the sky. I just hope Stampaholics managed to stay dry. Which brings me neatly to today's creation.
I did not have a good day yesterday and wasn't feeling like a lot of crafting. I am therefor blogging a card I made some time ago in a class at Stampaholics. You know how I rave about Siobhan's classes and this card is a fantastic example of her talent and style. This card just screams Siobhan. I don't have a lot of detail about the papers or image so I'm just going to let the card speak for itself.
The photograph above is of the altered tin that the card goes inside.

The card is a multifold card with different images/sentiments on each facing side. There are a total of six faces.

This is a photograph of the front face that you see when you open the tin.


These are the next two pages that appear when you open the card out and they are followed by



these two pages before you come to the back face of the card which is shown below.

I love this card and I hope you don't mind me sharing an old unpublished project with you today. The design is Siobhan's although I made the card under her tutelage. Thank you for the benefit of your help and guidance Siobhan.
If you like this card feel free to leave me a comment to let me know what you think. I love to read what you have to say.
Why not nip over to the Stampaholics website where you will find more examples of Siobhan's creativity.
Have a good day crafting and above all stay safe.
Hugs,

20 comments:

  1. I don't mind at all Fiona because its an absolute work of art.Its beautiful.
    Lisa ;)
    ps hope you feel a little better soon

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  2. Wow that is one gorgeous card in a tin that would definatley brighten up my day! Hope you feel better soon chick and keep ya chin up

    Hugs

    xx

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  3. Fiona this is absolutely stunning and a wonderful idea even if it was someone else's lol. You have obviously paid careful attention to Siobhan's instructions and artistic flair which have clearly rubbed off well onto you!
    Kim xXx

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  4. WOW Girl! This is gorgeous!!! that must have been a really FUN class! Sorry you're feeling under the weather...and that everything is WET around you! Chin up & Feel Better :)
    Big Hugs,
    Lisa

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  5. FANTASTIC!!!
    This is amazing,
    Hope you dont get flooded,
    stay safe,
    Hugs
    Angie

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  6. I knew it would flood somewhere!! I'm surprised Elgin didn't, as it usually does when the Lossie gets full.
    Sorry to hear you are 'under the weather' (pun not intended) Hope you get back on your feet soon hun.
    Hugs,
    Teri xx

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  7. Wow Fiona, what a gorgeous project. I love the colours you have used and the tin is beautiful. Hope today is a better one for you!
    Clairex

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  8. Lovely card Fiona. I wish I had gone to that class now, Let me know if you are not up to this afternoon's crafting. Take card. Kathleen x

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  9. Absolutely stunning Fiona. I just love the idea of having a card in a tin, makes it so special.
    I hope you are well.
    Hugs Tracy xx

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  10. Wow - what a wonderful project Fiona! The gorgeous pages on this card are so beautifully put together - I love it! I've never made one of these but this has definitely inspired me to try one!
    Hugs, Danielle

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  11. Ohhh wowww Fiona,this is so beautiful.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  12. stunning creation, love the stamps you've used, looks amazing. janex

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  13. This is stunning Fiona. I love the colours and the images and just everything about it. The card and the tin are both amazing. Must have been a great class.

    I saw on the TV news how bad the flooding had been in Perth. It looked awful. My son-in-law works in Perth at Cameron Audi but since I don't know Perth very well I don't know where that is in relation to the flooding!

    Hope you're feeling better today.

    Take care,

    Kat xx

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  14. Hi Fiona
    omw this is absolutley fabulous hun, gorgeous images, stunning creation hun, sue,x

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  15. Oh I am so loving this Fiona, a real piece of art in a tin!! Gorgeous vintage feel to it all. Thanks for your help with the pencils, just need to figure out where to buy, what to buy and do I need stumps etc etc etc lol.
    Pinky

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  16. Hi Fiona,
    Your card is stunning I love it, it's the first time that I visit your blog I wat to come back again
    hugs Lia

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  17. wow - wow - wow this is gorgeous Fiona, I can see why you like her classes when she can show you how to produce such a lovely work of art as this.
    Linbyx

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  18. Gorgeous card with tons of work. Definately a class I would take also. I'm sorry you had a rough day. Keep your chin up, we're all hoping for better days ahead for you.
    Hugs xx
    Carolyn

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  19. Morning Fiona,
    Wowee...I love this card, so much detail, love the papers and all the stamping.
    What a fabulous teacher you have, would love to join myself if I lived closer

    Breathtaking!!!
    x
    Vicky

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  20. wow - you have a real treasure there! What a blessing to have such a talent to teach! This project is gorgeous - beautiful project!
    take care and rest!
    hugs
    Linda

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Hugs,
Fiona x