Created to remind you of those special moments in life, these designs could
also be used as congratulation cards for engagements or wedding
- The semi-circle tool makes a simple border around the boat, bobbing on the
moonlight sea. Traced with white ink, the boat is embossed on the reverse,
which has first been dorsed with blue oil pastel.
Traced with white pencil, the fan and the honeysuckle flower are
then embossed. The border uses
the semi-circle tool and there is also some four-needle work. Blue pencil is
used on the reverse, inside the heart-shapes and along the top of the fan to
create the illusion of cut-work.
This romantic couple taking an anniversary waltz are finely
traced with white ink and then embossed. The bold square grid is used to
make the delicate border and the design is completed with 'gems' in the
Serenade your friends with this design for a special
anniversary. The violin is traced with a fine black drawing pen. The flowers
are easily coloured on the reverse with blendable pencils. The border uses
semi-circle and semi-square tools.
Just right for a newly-engaged couple, these Lovebirds
are traced with a fine black drawing pen. The bright plumage is achieved
easily with blendable pencils and the semi-circle tool gives a delicate cut
A special card to accompany a special gift, this design
is traced with white ink, embossed and then coloured on the reverse with
blendable pencils. The semi-square and star tools make up the simple border.
'To My Husband' On this special anniversary card, the
figure is traced with white ink and very slightly embossed. The gridwork is
done in a PCA Bold diagonal grid. If you want to give this for a birthday,
there is a suitable extra greeting on the pattern.
'The Love Letter' Different coloured inks are used to
trace the picture. The border is perforated with the Almond tool, but you
could always use one needle tool to work around the shapers. I have
coloured the picture with a mixture of blendable pencils on the reverse of
the parchment and felt tip pens on the front.
'Sweet Music' If music be the food of love, then this
is the design for you! The clarinet is traced with a fine black drawing pen,
embossed and then coloured straight onto the reverse with black felt tip
pen. The flowers were traced with white ink and coloured with blendable
'Anniversary Roses' Mainly traced with a fine black
drawing pen, the roses are coloured on the reverse with blendable pencils.
The perforating tools used are the semi-circle and almond tools.