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Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Tatted cards 17/25 motif challenge

 Hi,
This is the last scheduled post and we will be home today,  but very late tonight.
These are the cards that I made for my tatting demo which I did at the Shepton Show on the 19th August,  which I post about link to post
This card is gray and I put a White Sunbonnet Sue Motif with a spray of flowers and clear beads in the middle and a butterfly.


This card has a selection of butterflies made from Lizbeth thread Purple Twist,  the backing paper is from stock I had.


This blue card with again backing paper from stock and I selection of butterflies, in several colours,  the bottom one is white,  pink Parade, Butterfly Breeze and the top one is from some HDT I was given.




This cream card, I put a long spray of green and some yellow daisy flowers and put black beads in the centre and a small butterfly in the corner.

This is just a selection of cards but gives an idea what uses tatting can be used in. They were just simple to make and really were thrown together as I had a deadline to get them made.
I hope you are keeping well,  see you soon

                      Hugs
                   Margaret

7 comments:

  1. These are just so gorgeous Margaret and waht a lovely idea.xx

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  2. Are you home already?? I love the sunbonnet sue card.

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  3. I particularly love the butterflies Margaret but they are all so good.
    xx

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  4. These are beautiful Margaret, please could you send me your email addy I might have sent it to the wrong Margaret lol hugs Ginny x

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  5. I've never seen cards like these before - they're very pretty.

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