Tuesday, July 31, 2007

More glassine to come...


Well here I am today trying out Emilia's photo placement tips. Emilia is a master of placing many pictures per post, so I asked her for some tips (blogger and I don't get along). I've been a one picture per post gal because every time I add a second photo, I lose the ability to enlarge the pictures within the post.

justjohanna images, glassine envelope, distress ink and machine stitching. I am still working on "tags". How's this one?

Thanks for coming by today!

13 comments:

Debbie said...

Julie, this is neato! I love your writing on that tag. Perfect for the card. I love the glassine envelopes idea.

Jennifer said...

Julie, I love this...everything about it! The glassine envelopes you've been using are so pretty and the tag is just awesome. Is the sentiment your own? You know these would make wonderful background stamps with your handwriting! Your tags look super!

Emilia said...

The tag is sooooo special! Cool!

This is an Irish Blessing ? I like it!

PS ha ha I am an expert of placing many pictures and Godelieve is an expert in everything about blogging. :)

Tami said...

This is so serene. I love the writing with the stitching and those envelopes are divine.

Teresa said...

I love your colours and all the little details you add to your work.

zorana said...

I like this a lot :-)

Heather Grow said...

Very pretty. And, thanks for the photo tip. Yah, I agree with the wierdness of doing multiple pics here.

Godelieve said...

Wonderful use of images, colors. Love the glassine pocket, is it what we call vellum too?
About the polka dots... Did you stamp them? This looks perfect in every way!!

Nancy Maxwell James said...

Julie
this is fantastic! love the shades of green! very cool!

Sylvie :) said...

Great card ! love the pocket and the colors.

Hazel said...

Lovely card. I looked at these envies on Ma Vinci's site. You really make this look good. Great tag!

Diane Duda said...

I once used this Irish blessing in a piece of artwork to. It's a good one and your interpretation is just lovely!

Kathi Rerek said...

Your handwriting is wonderful. I love the colors you used on the tag.

Wonderful work.