Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Diorama card


I love any papercraft or card that pops out or that you can interact with it. A diorama card fits the bill very well. I did this card for a friend of mine (Happy Belated birthday Sarah!).


For the apertures I used Petite Ovals Nestabilities dies, although I am not sure which wether the large or the small set. The double sided patterned paper is from Pebbles Inc.

I used for the cage and the bird images the clear stamp set called Gilded Cages from Craftwork Cards. I stamp the largest bird cage on acetate, on plain white card and on the blue side of the patterned paper and then I assembled it all together.



On the back of the guilded cage I added one of my messages in circles as the cage is suspended it rotate a bit so you can actually see the message.


The flowers are from the clear stamp set called Build a bloom.
Again, apologies for the bad quality of the photos. Apart from the lack of natural light mentioned in the previous post, I also have a problem with my lens.

4 comments:

Momiji said...

Hi Paula
this is gorgeous! ideal image to hang in an aperture and it looks lovely with the message on the back...

Linda said...

What an excellent idea - I love it!


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Savitri said...

This is a gorgeous project!!! I LOVE it! The photo thing... I understand! It's the same here. When I get home it's already dark and it'll only be 5:30p.m. That's what the time change does. But, in the mornings, when it's not raining (it rains a bit here in Missouri... maybe not like England but more than a lot of states it seems) it'll be beautiful and sunny. So I've been waking up a tad early just to take photos :)

lucretia said...

What a clever idea. I love birds and the colours are just right.

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