Sunday, 9 September 2007

Altered Dominoes


I recently took part in an altered domino book swap. The theme was ' Your favourite style'.

Here is my book;






I used my favourite papers Crate Avunue and decorated with a few of my favourite things stitching, primas and ribbon. I haven't received my swap book yet but will post some piccies when I do.


Also I made a few cards challenges on the JB forum;


This one had to include a map;


Decorated letters;


Scalloped scissors;

I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who left a lovely comment about my DCM purple card, I really appreciate them all!
Enjoy the rest of the weekend.
Sarah x



11 comments:

Sadie B said...

Hey, I love these, that black & white one is amazing.

By the way, you peel off card on Just Bex is great.

All Pink said...

wow ,they are fantastic,i love the black and white book best,Dawnx

Kaz said...

Great cards and I love that domino book.

Hazel said...

You've been busy with all the challenges - have loved seeing your cards on JB. And the domino book is super - you obviously have a lot of patience.

Marlou said...

love these creations, especially the book its fab!! :)

esther said...

Gorgeous work! you have been busy!

I realyl love your purple card too! it is soo striking!

Karen L said...

Just love your little domino book - in fact I have really enjoyed visiting your blog and seeing all your beautiful work.

Paula said...

These are all fabulous, you have been very creative.
Im so looking forward to my holiday so I can craft. The weekend goes too fast.

Andrea said...

These are all great, but I especially like the domino book its brilliant. The stamps on my card are by Hero Arts.
Andrea

Cathy said...

I love your dominoes, do you have a tutorial or lesson about them? I'd like to try them myself. But yours are sensational, could never create anything as nice as those.

Zee said...

I was scouting "altered dominoes" and yours are awesome!

I love paper crafts, too. I never thought to combine the two. I'm new to dominoes, hence the journey through websites. I have taken a couple bookmaking courses. Love it!

Thanks for the inspiration!