Sunday, April 26, 2009

Swan Decoupage

I managed to get a card done today even with the grandbaby underfoot. It's amazing how much fun a little one can have with a pile of buttons and some old stickers!
This swan was from another decoupage sheet online. The swan was edged with star dust stickles, and liquid glass was applied to the water. I matted the swan background with white cardstock and put some self adhesive pearls in the corners. The black cardstock was embossed with swiss dots. I used the Martha Stewart border punch on it too. Added pink ribbon and more pearls. If you're liking that swan, you can find it HERE . Thanks for taking a peek!


  1. Hi Pinklady, (Sorry I cannot find your name) I'm ikki and I just wanted to say Welcome and thank you for joining the Cupboard and for your comments. I have a look at your work and you have some lovely cards on show. I particularly like this one, the colour combo is great and the decoupage sit well (perhaps I should say floats well!) and the MS punch is so pretty - they are very hard to find in England and expensive as well. BUT, one day I'll get one, but the list is long!
    BFN, ikki

  2. Oh My...very...VERY pretty! I've always loved your work on the Cricut messageboard and this is just an example why. I'm so glad you have a blog now, it will be easier to keep track of you...LOL! It's a lot of work but you have done a fabulous job! I'm going to add you to my list of favorite blogs!

  3. Ramona, this is breathtaking.....What a beautiful stunning card, I love the colors you used and I know about decoupage work. It is very time consuming but the finished project is just awesome. I love it girlfriend! TFS


  4. This is absolutely gorgeous. What talent! Your work always looks so beautiful on the boards but gosh on the blogs, it is even prettier!!! Barb

  5. Hi PinkLady. I love the decoupage cards you have been creating and have some questions for you. Do you download and print the sheets? If so what type of printer do you use? I have an inkjet printer that I am thinking of replacing and would love to know how you get such vibrant color on your sheets. Thanks.